New TV Set Design images from our clients
Most of our out of town clients promise us pictures once the set design has been completely lit and prepared for broadcast. This is always an exciting concept for us, due to the fact that often we are already back in our home city of Charlotte by the time the lighting company is finished lighting the set that we designed and fabricated. So far, we have had around 3 clients send us pictures (in 25 years).
So, these couple images are exciting for us as they are from the third aforementioned client. Enjoy
Something fun about this set design is the aluminum surfaces we made in shop, using a wire brush with a CNC router. We essentially made a vector file with wavy lines, and then fed that to the CNC router and it’s wire brush hovering over a sheet of aluminum. As you can see in the upper image, this adds a great texture to the material. What you can’t see in the picture is that the aluminum’s specular highlights change as you pan around the scene. Certainly a plus.
Other than the treatment of the aluminum panels, this set is fairly common fur us in materials. We used PETG, acrylics, powdercoated metals, translucent vinyls, printed graphics, and carpet. All fabrication was done in-house.