When rolling paint on the ceiling a different color than your side walls, how do you reduce or prevent splatter from getting on side walls? I was thinking of hanging huge sheets of plastic to cover the side walls but that might be overkill!
Just for a professional reference, how long does it take to build a theater (I mean when a professional crew that has done this many times does it)? I know it's generally an unfair question to ask, but can you range it for a me 3 months, 3 weeks, etc (soemthing like CutrisG's).
We can complete our "average" room in 4-6 weeks. Some we've done in three weeks. The difference is we do this day in and day out, so we pretty much have it down to a very efficient process. (That longer average includes trim, finishes, fabric and acoustic treatments). Curtis's room would have been a 5 week job. Our award winning room exceeded that time frame...but we had to take the roof off the house...that's my story and I'm sticking to it. Calibrations are about 3 days.
The Star Trek room (the one with the original props from the set), I believe was 4.5 weeks.
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