Tony Ambrose from O’Fallon Assembly of God in O’Fallon, IL brings us this splatter stage design.
They had a night of worship approaching with the theme of INK: Singing Songs from Scripture. So Tony wanted to do something that connected with that but could also stay up as a design until Easter.
They had some partially translucent 4×8 Coroplast left over from a previous design, so Tony took some flat black paint and splattered it onto the Coroplast. He mostly used a brush to fling the paint, but he also just dumped some straight from the can, then stood the Coroplast up to let it drip.
He repurposed some frames from their last design, Half Trees, to hold the Coroplast sheets up.
Tony lit the panels from behind using 2 Chauvet ColorBand PiX fixtures for each panel, letting them get multiple colors on each panel if they wanted.
As all the supplies were already in house, this was a free design for them. But if you had to buy them, it would be 2 pieces of Coroplast, a gallon of black paint, and something to hold them up, plus the lights.