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As promised. Various photos of the completed wall. Hope this helps.
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post #1772 of 1774 Unread 12-19-2014, 08:21 AM - Thread Starter
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That look really good! Many have spoken about painting an entire wall with SF before, but I really cannot remeber many who actually got'ter Dun!

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I just built a 120" screen, wood frame with some fabric stretched over it. I plan on painting it, but I just hung it up and noticed that I can see some of the wood structure through the cloth with the projector shining on it. I'm hoping that when the screen is painted with SF, it won't be visible, but I wanted to check here first just in case, rather than paint it and have to remove the fabric and fix it after painting the fabric.
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If the Fabric is not touching any of the Frame's central supports, no worries. If the Fabric is slightly transparent, then almost certainly a correctly applied surface of SF will be opaque enough to cover.

Chose the answer best suited because from your description it would seem your a bit unclear as to if the material itself is slightly transparent under lighting, or simply touching the rear supports.

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