Odin Makes shows us how to make cheap but great-looking replicas of the web shooters that Spidey uses in Spider-Man: Homecoming. They’re made mainly out of foam floor mats and craft foam. If you want to make your own, you can get Odin’s patterns here.
Prop maker David Guyton made chest armor with a computer fan in front and a LED-lit jet pack at the back. He made it mostly out of steel and MDF, but he says you can use EVA foam instead. You can purchase the template for $5 on his website or his Android app.
Sneaky Zebra dropped by WonderCon in Anaheim, California to hang out with the many dedicated fans who turned out in their best costumes. The Joker and Mr. Meeseeks both want Lucille, John Wick got his dog back, and that dude from Beetlejuice still has a tiny head.
For their scene in the feature-length Robocop remake, Ghostlight built this fantastic replica of the villanous, but flawed ED-209 robot from the original Robocop. But instead of just being a static mockup or a scale model, this one is full size, and can be walked in by a puppeteer.
Get away from her, you bitch! takes on a new territorial kind of meaning with this hilarious build by prop and costume artists Frank Ippolito and Bill Doran. Their awesome doggy version of the power loader that Ripley donned in Aliens was crafted mostly from lightweight foam.
As we already know, Adam Savage loves to dress up in complicated costumes and walk around conventions to see if he can avoid being identified. For NYCC 2016, he dressed as the delightfully rotund Totoro. We love how he squeezed through that doorway at 4:45.
Looking for the best Halloween costume this year? Look no further than Ellimacs SFX’s brilliantly creepy version of the super nasty creature from Stranger Things. If you’ve got the time and ambition, follow along with the video, and get to cutting out those hundreds of teeth.
Sneaky Zebra dropped by Atlanta’s big sci-fi and fantasy fan convention, and captured video of some of the many fun and fantastic costumes on hand during this year. It was a hard decision, but the four LEGO Ghostbusters minifigs win our vote for best of the show.
Sneaky Zebra presents their latest cosplay compilation, showing off some of the amazing craftsmanship, creativity and dedication of costumed fans who attended this year’s San Diego Comic-Con. Nope, we have no idea what the deal is with Ronald McThornald is either.
With Back to the Future Day upon us, and Halloween just around the corner, we can think of no better costume than Marty McFly on a Hoverboard, which makes it look like its wearer is hovering off the ground, without magnets or electricity – just a good old optical illusion.