Jordan Messer from Mountain Ridge Church in Glendale, AZ brings us this simple and beautiful set design.
They were wanting to use Coroplast. That material was something they had never used before plus had a sweet hook up from a friend that gave it to them for free. The sheets come 8′ x 4′ and they knew they wanted to make vertical cubes out of them so they scored the Coroplast with a pizza cutter every 12″ long ways 3 times and started forming a cube shape from the score lines, making 12″ x 12″ cubes that stood up to be 8″ tall. They wanted them to make an even bigger statement so they built 24″ tall boxes out of plywood, painted them black and placed a Q70 inside the cube for light. They also made holes on the top of the box and backside of the box for power and DMX cables to flow in and out very easy.
Then they took PVC and cut them into 40″ lengths. Making vertical wood braces on the walls they simply placed screws halfway in leaving enough screw sticking out for the PVC to rest on. The PVC bars were up lit with light bars.
They completed this set for $200.