We recently have completed a set of props for the popular children’s broadcast and performance called ‘Raggs’, which features 5 colorful dogs and a cat named dumpster. The pieces we recreated were 2 guitars, two turntables with stand, and a keyboard stand. If you would like to know more about the broadcast, take a look at the Raggs entry on Wikipedia.
Needless to say, with large cartoonish looking instruments being created, there was tomfoolery. Everyone imitated DJs when near the turntables, and more than one thrashing session was had per person with the guitars. We have photo and video evidence of this, and will display most of it along with this post. The remainder of photo and video captures will be kept under wraps to use as blackmail later, as it is more embarrassing. Continue reading for a great video and more silly images…
Heading the project was our designer and artist Boyce McKinney, who did the majority of the painting utilizing pointillism with a needle. Since the oven in our spray booth was down, Boyce then dried the pieces with his breath. Once complete, the set props were encased in carbonite and sent to the client via armed escort. Since we have implemented such stringent quality control and product testing, we decided to make a video showing our professionalism in those areas.
Please enjoy other photographs we have from this project by clicking on the thumbnails below.