We have been working with 3D printers to create some great props and creations. Fully customizable and CAD driven we can take your idea and turn it into a real working object quicker and better than ever before.
We not only print objects but we finish them to look highly realistic and functional.
Contact us with your 3D printing questions and interests to learn more about what we can offer:
We love taking on custom-made Props at Dirty Moose Design. If you have an idea for a outlandish prop or would like to recreate a costume, character or object please email us at:
The Jagged Crown was developed from the popular video game The Elder Scrolls Skyrim. This crown found in the game was brought to life using a hand sculpted build process, which was then molded to create plastic copies. Each helmet is hand painted and finished to look like authentic materials from the game world.
This piece has been altered to and re imagined to be used in online shorts and costumes. Check out this video from Corridor Digital for Shadows of Mordor:
We created this custom hero action figure for a Nissan Commercial. The character was designed in CAD and 3D printed. Each piece was then molded to create copies of the character for multiple shots and finished to look like a plastic toy.
There is a simple lighting system built within and the character fully actuates just like a real action figure!
Sculpted using Monster Makers clay this dragon skull is inspired by the Game of Thrones dragons on HBO.
Hand sculpted and finished then molded to create resin castings for multiple runs. Each skull is hand painted and finished to create a realistic bone texture then mounted on a custom made hardwood plaque.
If you’re interested in ordering one these skulls please send an email to :
This tiny furniture and set dressing was created for a CIL paint commercial. Each piece was created in CAD and 3D printed. Once printed each piece is hand finished and painted to replicate fabrics and finishes of real world objects on miniature scale.
Small battery powered motors were used to create movement within some of props and are activated with hidden switches.
Check out the commercial using the link below:
The PU 1000 is a prop we created for the family channel show Gaming Show In My Parents Garage. This prop was meant to replicate a power up button found in many popular games. Fully 3D printed finished and painted to look like a consumer product. The PU 1000 is activated with a touch panel on the top and lights up with an array of LEDS hidden inside the prop.
Gaming Show used it in a gauge with Weird Al Yankovic seen in the link below:
This was a collaborative project with Coolican & Company who contracted us to help them create this beautiful pendant lamp.
The Lamp was created in CAD and 3D printed to ensure exact dimensions. The 3D print was finished with a smooth surface and molded to create a 3 piece mold to poor concrete castings of the final product.