What happens in Vegas…

Well all that hard work over the last few weeks has paid off as the first year design realisation students presented their DRP this afternoon in the paintshop.  The project, which showcases all of the skills the first years have learnt in their first term at the Guildhall School, was designed this year by Pat, our props lecturer with the very glitzy theme of Las Vegas!

The audience pass the famous Welcome to Las Vegas sign and view the scene as if standing in a Las Vegas hotel room, complete with marbled floor, wallpaper panelled walls and mood-setting paintings.  Looking out of the imaginary glass doors onto the fine marbled balcony and out at the Las Vegas skyline complete with bright lights, moving images and neon signs disappearing into the horizon…

Here you can see Pat’s 1:25 scale model and the full sized set under lighting.  It’s clear that everyone has worked really hard on the project and what a spectacle it is…well done everyone!

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