I started building our cyclorama a few weeks back (I'm chipping away at on the weekends when I have spare time). It's starting to come along ok... I'm going to lend it out to photographer friends and use it here for warcom and Insiteful (we've started doing product photography). Lighting should be on it's way in a few weeks ... ... Ok let's paint the wall (and get the father in law to help!) We're going to have to paint the left wall out further ... Oh and build the right hand side wall. left hand side of the cyc (made from mdf, with supporting brackets underneath it. Liquid nails and nailed to the wall/floor. What an effort filling the gap in the wall with plaster .. Especially when I added to much water to the plaster mix.. Oops! The other half.. Yep, I know there is a massive big gap in the middle! Lot's still to go! --------------- Key Points I've Learnt So Far: * Clean and vacuum the wall before doing anything to it.. * The cyc is made out of mdf board and chipboard. * Make sure you use backing supports (which I didn't for half of the cyc). * Everything will be painted 101 flat white as recommended by the fantastic Peter Coulson from http://www.koukei.com.au * Liquid nails is everyones friend. * Cinder blocks are also everyones friend. To Cost So far: About $120.00 (for paint and plaster). --------------- More info to come soon.