When Punished Props releases a new how-to, we’re so there. In their latest prop build, Bill Doran goes over making the new Rise of Iron hand cannon prop from Destiny. He uses EVA foam to craft the weapon, while Andrew DFT makes the same item from styrofoam — yay collaborations! This first video is all about fabrication. It’s a lot of cutting out individual pieces from foam and carefully assembling them with glue and contact cement. You can get a link to download the pattern for the hand cannon at Punished Props’ website.
Andrew’s build of the same gun using styrofoam:
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