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Flagging Rays

Mark Edmondson and Amaris Montiel from Capo Beach Church in Dana Point, CA brings us this mixed medium design.

They recently discovered flagging tape and have decided to do several designs using it. The price point is great and looks amazing under lights. Their service production producer, Amaris, designed this look utilizing another cheap material, window screening. They crumpled it up and hung it behind the main stage to give some extra texture and break up the flagging tape look.

They up-lit the screen to catch the shadows, and front lit the flagging tape to really make it pop.

Overall cost was $150 and took about 3 full days to set up and focus lighting.

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5 responses to Flagging Rays

  1. Zechariah Timothy October 13, 2016 at 6:49 pm

    How Did you create the designs in between the screen mesh material? The ones with the narrow middle spread out to wide lines on top and the bottom?

    • They explained in the description. The is what it says: designed this look utilizing another cheap material, window screening. They crumpled it up and hung it behind the main stage to give some extra texture and break up the flagging tape look.

  2. Zechariah Timothy October 13, 2016 at 6:50 pm

    How did you create the designs in between the screen material? The ones with the narrow middle and all the lines.

  3. What color flagging tape is the best to use?

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