Stage Designs

Boxed

Clinton Self and Mason Kent from Abundant Life Church in Denham Springs, LA brings us these great Coroplast boxes.

They went for an equalizer effect with this set. They cut Coroplast at different lengths and scored them on the sides. Then they created “boxes” out of them by folding the sides. Then they lit them with 40 Elation LED Strips.

They also used 13 HighEnd X-Spots, 6 Elation Powerwashes, and a diffusion hazer to create the foggy effect.

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7 responses to “Boxed”

  1. Jason says:

    Awesome set! We’re doing something similar at my church (Bridgepoint Church in FL) for our series, Playlist.

    What are you using for control?

    • Clint Self says:

      Glad you like it, Jason!

      All of our fixtures are controlled by a Strand 520i board. Our HighEnd X-Spots are on one universe, while our Elation Powerwashes, LEDs, luminaries and hazer are on a second universe.

      We actually designed this layout for our annual youth conference, Rev Conference. Afterwards, our senior pastor wanted to keep the design up. Here lately, we’ve been thinking about changing the order of the bars to make a sloping effect, rather than an equalizer effect.

      Feel free to email me some photos of the design when y’all get it finished!

  2. Ryan says:

    I’ve been trying to figure out where to get large coroplast. All I can find is the small squares as home depot or lowes. Any suggestions?

    • Clint Self says:

      We ordered these from a local sign shop for pretty cheap. I found many places that have it online also. Just do a google search for coroplast. There are a few companies that offer it in bulk. We just ordered a bunch of 4’x8′ sheets and cut them with an exacto knife. Then we taped them together with normal clear packing tape. The whole set design costed us a little over $100.

  3. Rafael says:

    Could you send me some more pics on your design, especially the creation part of the coroplast boxes.
    thank you

  4. Jon Shepherd says:

    Did you use white or clear coroplast?

  5. James says:

    clear or white?

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