Artist Dan Schneiger shares his “FoamCoat technique” for creating Neo-Brutalist sculpture, furniture and lamps out of foam and other multi-media elements.
Two scenic artists explain how they used Rosco Scenic Products to coat and protect a foam skull entryway that transformed a home into a haunted house – this Halloween, and for Halloween seasons to come.
Designer Heidi Hoffer conducted a foam carving workshop that discussed how to prime foam that included a section on how to prime foam scenery with Rosco FoamCoat and CrystalGel scenic coatings.
Props artisan Karestin Harrison shares two of her favorite recipes for creating fake food that can be used in theatre or film/video productions.
Theatrical designer Josh Kigner walks you through his process for creating a foam sculpture – from slicing the foam, to protecting it with Rosco FoamCoat.
We’ve gone through all the stats and we’re proud to announce The Top-5 Spectrum blog posts for 2015 – according to you, our loyal Spectrum readers! #1 Creating Custom Candle Holders For Hamilton Seeing that Hamilton the Musical is the #1 hit on Broadway, it’s no surprise that it’s also the #1 hit on Rosco…
We want to say thank you to all of our loyal Spectrum readers! To celebrate five wonderful years of blog posts filled with color, Rosco-history, the power of light and life behind-the-scenes – we are having a contest that features some of our posts throughout the years and rewards you, our gracious readers, for tuning-in…
Jay Duckworth, the props master at the Public Theater, needed to create 160 candlestick holders for the hit musical Hamilton. See his unique method for carving the holders out of foam and protected them with Rosco FoamCoat.
Tough, Textured Tombstones with Rosco FoamCoat Everyone’s seen the inexpensive foam tombstones that you can buy around Halloween. However, if you’re looking for tombstones that will survive more than one season – here is an easy DIY tombstone recipe from our friends at 4D Modelshop in the UK that uses Rosco FoamCoat to make them…
Brothers at a New England monastery created a life-size crèche to inspire its residents & visitors with realistic figures that were made durable enough to withstand many winters thanks to Rosco Foamcoat.