Originally posted by PAPGreg, I expect we will see many copies and derivations of your design technique. It really looks good and I applaud you for your creativity and attention to detail.
I hereby declare that this type of theater look will now be called the "Greg Gom" theater
Thanks for the complement. But i have seen other like designs on this board.
This was in the planning stage for a long time. And i think others used the technique before i was able to implement frames in my theater.
The genesis of the design was from the Golden Dreams theater at Disney California Adventure, in Anaheim California. I had seen theaters with these frames before, but was unsure of the technique used to create the design.
Seeing the walls at the Golden Dreams theater brought it all together.
I think the biggest difference with my frames are the consistent size. Which was done for three reasons:
1. To achieve the look,
2. Minimize waist of fabric (two frames are the same width as the GOM fabric).
3. Assemble line production of constant sized frames