Scenic Artist & Rosco Ambassador Tessa Broyles describes how to mix earth tone paint colors using the Off Broadway Scenic Paints found inside our Rosco Scenic Sets.
Scenic Artist & Rosco Ambassador Tessa Broyles uses our Scenic Set paint kits to explain basic color theory and how those principles can impact paint mixing.
Scenic Artist Tammy Honesty explains the process she used to paint a 3D-printed replica of Florence, Italy’s famous “Liberty of Poetry” statue for an exhibit at the Ellis Island National Immigration Museum.
Scenic Artist Brigitte Bechtel devised an excellent technique for transforming carpet into realistic fake dirt that tours well and installs on stage quickly and easily.
Scenic Artist Tim Parati used Rosco Invisible Blue Fluorescent Paint to create large, glowing scenery for a production of “Pete The Cat” at Children’s Theatre of Charlotte.
Glasgow Piano City decorates donated pianos in vibrant Rosco Scenic Paints and then makes them available for anyone to play at locations throughout the city of Glasgow, Scotland.
Drawing on her years of experience as Resident Scenic Artist at Tobins Lake Studios, Jamie Clausius discusses the similarities and differences of our Supersaturated and Off Broadway Scenic Paint.
Scenic Artist, Rachael Claxton, describes three ingenious ways to put Rosco CrystalGel to work in your next scenic art project.
Scenic Artist, Angelique Powers, shares several techniques on how to create faux patina effects for scenery and props using Rosco Scenic Paint products.
Scenic Artist, Angelique Powers, shares her technique for creating realistic faux steel, which she put to work on “Dutchman” and “The Owl Answers” at Penumbra Theatre.