Jeff purchased 10 cases of White and 10 cases of Slate Grey to create the set. He pieced together the panels in 4 foot X 9 foot sections with an “arrow” design using the grey pieces. The side sections were a mirror image with a unique center section. The sections were built in place, row by row across the stage, building the center section last. Rubber bands were used to add a little support to the top over-hanging pieces.
The sections were lit from the top with 8 color scrollers and from the front with gelled pars. He also added 4 MBT LED Panels and up-lit the back row sections. The whole set build took less than 2 hours! He’s planning to keep these up until fall with at least one more reconfiguration of the panels.
The Nomad System comes in 9 colors, which in itself opens up a lot of opportunity for people that don’t have theatrical lighting to light up a set. Jeff has a Sketchup file available for anyone who would like it. Please email him at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit mhzministries.com.