Scenic artists at The Alliance Theatre in Atlanta shared how they used Rosco Flexbond to create large-scale papier-mâché scenery for a production.
Whether you’re a student or a professional scenic painter – all artists can use Rosco’s new Scenic Sets to experiment and hone their craft.
Scenic Artist Tammy Honesty explains the process she used to paint a 3D-printed replica of Florence, Italy’s famous “Liberty of Poetry” statue for an exhibit at the Ellis Island National Immigration Museum.
Rosco’s Jenny Knott and Scenic Artist and Historian, Wendy Waszut-Barrett, taught a scenic painting workshop at CITT that merged historical scene painting techniques with modern materials.
Costume Artist, Denise Wallace-Spriggs, describes how to use Rosco CrystalGel to firmly attach glitter to costumes. The results are durable, flexible and sparkly!
Scenic artist Rachael Claxton shares her favorite new technique for creating a realistic lawn on stage.
Props artisan Karestin Harrison shares two of her favorite recipes for creating fake food that can be used in theatre or film/video productions.
Wonderful examples that showcase how Rosco FlexBond works as a primer to smooth out Worbla – a useful thermoplastic for costume and prop design.
Kara Meche from Techland Houston made a lightweight, durable replica of the Starship Enterprise for William Shatner to sign using foam, FlexBond and Off Broadway paints. The signed ship will be displayed in Techland Houston’s showroom for years to come.
We want to say thank you to all of our loyal Spectrum readers! To celebrate five wonderful years of blog posts filled with color, Rosco-history, the power of light and life behind-the-scenes – we are having a contest that features some of our posts throughout the years and rewards you, our gracious readers, for tuning-in…