Destroyed-Angel-Wings

Destroyed Angel Wings

Kaleb Wilcox at Topeka Bible Church in Topeka, Kansas brings us these great wing pieces.

They repurposed materials from previous designs for this stage design.

They cut the leftover Coroplast into 2″, 3″, and 4″ wide strips of varying lengths and stapled them diagonally to black 2″x4″ frames. The frames were 4 foot wide by 8 foot high and each one was lit with an ADJ Mega Tri Bar.

On the wall behind the drum kit were 7 Auralex diffusion panels that, while dampening the drum kit, also create a nice texture when lit.

The rest of the lighting consisted of 8 Elation Opti Tri Pars, 2 ADJ Mega Bars, and 2 Elation Platinum 5Rs.

15 responses to Destroyed Angel Wings

  1. Wow! This looks awesome- what kind of budget did you have?

  2. Man, that’s awesome!

  3. Kaleb,

    This looks amazing I would love to use this amazing idea at some point. Thanks for your talented work for God’s Kingdom. If you are ever headed to the Norman, OK area, shoot me an e-mail. I would love to meet up with you.

    ,Steven

  4. Very cool’ …what is it made out of”?

  5. This looks simply amazing! We are going to be using something close to this idea for our stage design. Thank you for the inspiration! God is definitely smiling down on that!

  6. Did you use the 4mm, 6mm, or 10mm coroplast?

  7. i love this look! what color coroplast did you use? Thanks!!

  8. what color is this exactly and about what size lenghs are these?

  9. Great job, ?

    What is the model # you American DJ Mega Tri Bar & what was the price you paid?

    Thank you!

  10. Don’t know the model number but the price was around $500 each

  11. Can you give me the dimensions of your screen and the projector you are using? Thanks

  12. I know this was forever ago but do you have any idea how many sheets of coroplast would have been used? I’m trying to figure out how much to buy.

  13. How did you construct the frames and the braces?

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