Scenic artists at The Alliance Theatre in Atlanta shared how they used Rosco Flexbond to create large-scale papier-mâché scenery for a production.
It’s hard to find a wide-width wood graining tool. So, when Scenic Artist Terra Writz needed to paint 6-in planks for a faux parquet floor – she made her own. Then she shared her process with us!
Drawing on her years of experience as Resident Scenic Artist at Tobins Lake Studios, Jamie Clausius discusses the similarities and differences of our Supersaturated and Off Broadway Scenic Paint.
Scenic Artist, Gabriel Barrera created his ScenicG Workshops to instruct scenic art techniques to underrepresented communities. Gabriel describes a few of his techniques & shares some of his students’ results.
Scenic Artist Mikah Berky explains how Rosco Supersaturated Scenic Paint enabled her paint crew at Oregon Shakespeare Festival to paint a large backdrop on China Silk for a production of “The Wiz.”
Scenic Artist Laura Scheving shares her recent project that highlights how to create marvelous sunrise and sunset backdrop effects with Rosco Scenic Paints.
Scenic Artist Rachel Reynolds shares her recipes and techniques for creating stained glass window scenery using plexiglass and Rosco CrystalGel and Supersaturated Scenic Paints.
Stan Miller, the owner of Rosco, talks about how the company began selling scenic paint, and how that expansion of our product range turned many “theatrical lighting” companies into the “theatrical supply” companies you know today.
The set design company Ras Escenografías used Rosco Scenic Paints to create beautiful backdrops for the Carnival celebrations in Cádiz Spain.
Rain Forest Diseño S.L, used Rosco Supersaturated paints to accurately re-create the wilderness habitats in an Indo-Pacific region in Bioparc Fuengirola zoo.