Bill’s been experimenting with 3D printed texture stamps for EVA foam. Now he’s putting them to use to make an epic foam helmet!
What? MORE Highlander you say? When Bill’s involved, there’s never too much! We thought it would be fun after our last project to take a look at Bill’s collection of Highlander props and costume bits!
The prop no one asked for! Bill fixed his laser cutter and is feeling nostalgic for his favorite TV show from the 1990s, Highlander. That combination resulted in experiments with laser cutting stamps from a variety of materials to make the Duncan Macleod Antiques business card.
Bill’s looking through his Fallout props and costume pieces today!
Bill & Britt are in the shop this week assembling a complex foam puzzle: the Nomai mask from outer wilds!
Bill’s hanging out in the shop this week and wanted to show off his collection of Skyrim props! Some of them he made himself, others are kits or gifts from friends!
The Mask, a classic movie released in 1994 featuring a mysterious artifact and Jim Carrey painted a violent shade of green. Rather than reach for the face paint, Bill decided making the iconic “Mask of Loki” from the film would be a great Foamsmithing project!
Our pal Jimmy DiResta is selling a really exciting new skeleton handle knife and he challenged us to customize it. We decided to put our own touch on the knife with some 3D printing, mold making, and resin casting. Links: DiResta Knife DiResta YouTube Channel 3D Print Knife Handle Files – Located at the bottom of the Weapons section Tools …
Bill & Britt are big fans of Myst, the unique puzzle game from 1994, and they decided it was time for them to have their own version of the iconic book! But why stop there? What if it was a book, from MYST, that let you play MYST too?
After watching and falling in love with the anime 20 years ago, Bill decided he was long overdue for building Vash’s iconic AGL Arms .45 long colt revolver from Trigun. Follow along as he models, prints, assembles, and paints this awesome anime prop.