Josh Scott from Midland Evangelical Free Church in Midland, Michigan brings us this big, cool dog tag necklace in the center of their stage.
They titled their series “Heroes of Compassion”. They used eight ColorKey LED pars to light the set. They spent roughly $125 on slab lumber from a local lumber mill and another $150 on actual lumber for the vertical pieces. They had scrap fence loaned to them from a local fence company that they put behind to add a little extra texture.
While it was cheaper, it took a lot of time. He had three volunteers that put in over 40 hours in one week.
The screen was made out of extra styrofoam and covered in polystretch. They put pipe insulation on the outside edge of the dog tag to give it some depth. The chain was ball pit balls spray painted silver and threaded on to a wire.