Bill uses the Moai 200 to print an Apex Legends dagger in ONE PIECE! Then he shows you how to make a quick and dirty mold and cast the dagger with some beautiful resin pigments.
Lego Minifig sword and shield… for humans! There’s something about taking a tiny prop and scaling up the size to fit in your hand. It’s the best! Bill used wood and plastic to carve and sand a Lego Castle Knight’s sword and shield.
Bill needed a cool prop to compliment his Cyberpunk 2077 inspired costume for TwitchCon. The Whammer was born in just one day! The build covers EVA foam crafting, breaking down a large prop for shipping, and fast painting.
Bill issued a challenge to celebrate reaching 250k subscribers on YouTube: Make your own version of the Makonde Dagger designed by Jonah Lobe. Here is a compilation of all your hard work and awesome props!
Not only did we help our pals Evan & Katelyn modify their epic water blaster, we also made a totally legit riot shield out of acrylic, steel, and vinyl.
As a celebration for hitting 200k subscribers on YouTube, Bill built a prop dagger designed by Skyrim artist Jonah Lobe! Follow along and then make your own in this epic community build.
With only half of the shop moved into a new location, Bill challenged himself to build an Avengers Infinity War prop with only the tools and materials he could find.
Awesome collaborations happen when Bill schemes with Scotland, a prop building fire wizard! Functional objects will be combined with metal (and propane!) to create the Shishkebab flame sword from the Fallout video game universe.
Epoxy can be a great material for casting lightweight props out of silicone molds. Follow along as Bill gives a new material and technique the old college try!
For Dragon Con 2017 Bill put together an Old Man Logan costume. Along with a pair of normal claws, he also made a couple sets of gag claws.