Get a fresh blade on your X-acto, a new roll of 3d printer filament, and your best inspiration handy because we’re throwing another cosplay contest! We experimented with having a prop contest at Maker Faire Bay Area back in May and it went fantastic. We’ve learned a few things and are ready to try this […]Continue Reading
This 3D printed prop of the M3 pistol from the Mass Effect franchise is stunning. It is built to fold up just like in the video game.Continue Reading
Jen is a polymath with skills in all manner of engineering and artistic techniques and is a key member of the Baltimore maker community.Continue Reading
Though The Fifth Element has quite a cult following, it has never become popular enough for companies to come out with easily-available memorabilia, making it a perfect candidate for a homemade prop project.Continue Reading
There are arguably no more iconic characters in the Horror genre than the Cenobites from the Hellraiser movie series. The evil entities are summoned to this world through a ‘schism’ opened up after solving a puzzle box. The unlucky puzzle solvers then undergo body mutilations that are designed to provide a ‘pleasurable’ experience. The […]Continue Reading
If you remember the film The Rocketeer, there’s a good chance that you wanted a Cirrus X3 Rocket pack. Unfortunately, a working model isn’t availalble (yet), but Steve Radtke of Valor Design made one that could almost convince someone that it could take off. From the pictures, it looks flawless. If you’re considering building one yourself, […]Continue Reading
Harrison Krix of Volpin Props designed an exact replica of League of Legends Fishbones rocket launcher.
Unfortunately, it won’t actually fire real munitions.