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Lazer Team 2
Lazer Team 2 was a film produced by Rooster Teeth. A large team of carpenters and designers had a hand in building the set pieces which took over two months to complete. Challenges for this build included curved hallways for a spaceship that were all on 16' x 16' rolling platforms two feet off the ground and a 40' x 40' room that connected all the hallways. A large table was also placed in the center of that room with 1" thick plexiglass center to support the weight of actors and a heavy prop piece. Many of the intricate lighting pieces had to be hand cut or routered in small passes to fit plexiglass and LED strip lighting into them.
American Heart Assocation
The American Heart Association needed a clean set with a short table to conduct training videos on CPR and other first aid to send overseas to their counterparts. The walls were designed as a "Random Wood" mosaic and needed to be 12 feet tall.
Blood Fest was filmed by Rooster Teeth, an Austin based production company. The film had a tower "Control Room" that was 16 feet tall with many unique artitectural pieces cut from foam. A stain glass window was also constructed by members of the design team and had to break at a certain point in the film. This set was constructed in two seperate locations to accomadate different shots. Challenges for this build included a practical effect platform constructed so a character could be grabbed on the leg while standing over dirt and a raised "stage" platform where characters could emerge from a trap door.
Falcon Lake was a movie filmed on location at New Republic Studios. A cabin that was already build had to be gutted, reinforced, and rebuilt with a different floor plan to suit the film's needs. The underside of the cabin was made to have the same window and door orientation as a kitchen set we built on a sound stage. Two unique builds to this film were the island countertop and the floating dock. The countertop was made with minimal budget using contruction 2x6 and MDF sheets cut to look like cabinets. The floating dock was done using sealed barrels and was secured to the shoreline with stakes. Underwater ties were also used for safety and stability as the dock held over half a ton at some points of filming.
Glitch Please is a weekly broadcasted show hosted by Rooster Teeth. The designer had the idea to try and create wave pattern walls painted in different colors to replicated the "glitch" you sometimes see in old VHS or video games. The set is completely mobile and the desk was custom built to house lighting strips in the front.
RTX Escape Rooms
The Rooster Teeth Convention Escape Rooms were a unique build with several different challenges. The rooms were simple to construct and replicate five times but each room needed a magnetic door that would only open when a certain task was completed. The doors had to be secure enough that a contestant could not push their way through yet remain safe enough for evacuation purposes if an emergency arose. Different light sources also needed to be present as certain codes were only accesible through a black light.
Sister Aimee was filmed on location at New Republic Studios. The set design included a police "office/interview room" from the 1920s and a Mexican police station including a working jail cell and door in the corner. The build challenges included a completely removable roof for the Mexican police set and restoring an old table with stronger legs so that it could be stood on.
Tuesday Night Game Fight
Tuesday Night Game Fight was a show broadcasted weekly by Rooster Teeth. The set had to roll on casters and fold up for easy storage and the platform needed to house quite a bit of cable and electronics through it. Stability was important as the set could not be secured to the floor and had up to 10 people at a time moving around on it.