I love the movie Freaky, great kills, lots of laughs and an awesome ending. In this video I’ll show you how I printed and finished this super textured and detailed Blissfield Butcher mask the body switching blade, the La Dola. I’ll use a lot of different painting techniques like dry brushing and using natural sponges to create leather effects on EVA foam. This was a really fun one.
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3D Printed Masks & Helmets, Cosplay Builds, Mandalorian
Adding Fans and Padding to a 3D Printed Helmet – Viking Mandalorian – Part 3
In this video I’ll be adding cooling fans for a 3D printed helmet to help keep you comfortable at any comic con and padding to keep the helmet one and secure. One issue with wearing a 3D printed helmet for extended periods of time is that it get hot under there, and these fans really help keep you cool.
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How To Paint A 3D Printed Helmet – Viking Madelorian – Part 2
In this video I’ll cover how to paint, clear coat and detail 3D printed parts. Painting is not difficult but there are some rules you should follow to get the best finish. The main rule is patience, don’t rush coats or dry times.
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Moon Knight Helmet and Cowl | 3D Resin Printed Helmet
Loved painting this super detailed and textured Moon Knight Helmet and Cowl from Disney Plus. I use a dry brush technique for this painting tutorial and show you how to paint 3D prints and really make them look awesome!
In this final video I’ll be weathering this awesome Villainous Prop Shop helmet. Taking it from shiny and new to damaged and battle hardened! Weathering helmets and prints is my favorite step in the creative process. With very inexpensive items you can weather any print and make it look used and battle tested.