Costume Artist, Denise Wallace-Spriggs, describes how to use Rosco CrystalGel to firmly attach glitter to costumes. The results are durable, flexible and sparkly!
The Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk utilized Rosco CrystalGel in their Fright Walk attraction to transform their video monitors into large “oil paintings.”
Scenic Artist, Gabriel Barrera created his ScenicG Workshops to instruct scenic art techniques to underrepresented communities. Gabriel describes a few of his techniques & shares some of his students’ results.
Scenic Artist Rachel Reynolds shares her recipes and techniques for creating stained glass window scenery using plexiglass and Rosco CrystalGel and Supersaturated Scenic Paints.
Scenic artist Rachael Claxton shares her favorite new technique for creating a realistic lawn on stage.
The artisans that create the floats for the Toronto Santa Claus Parade use a variety of Rosco scenic products to bring their characters to life.
Props artisan Karestin Harrison shares two of her favorite recipes for creating fake food that can be used in theatre or film/video productions.
Costume artisan Candy McClernan shares how she used Rosco CrystalGel to give a delicate fabric she was working with more structure – without altering the unique hand of the fabric.
Scenic artist Angelique Powers shares her technique for creating a bold and powerful scenic backdrop & groundcloth for a production of “Earthquakes in London.”
Scenic Designer Tammy Honesty and her scenic painter Ely Mattson describe how they successfully used Rosco CrystalGel to prime some powder coated corrugated steel so they could paint it for a production of Andrew Lippa’s “Wild Party.”