I'm trying to achieve a particular lighting effect that I'm hoping someone more experienced can help me with. What I have is an 18-feet by 18-inches tall painted scrim "tree". Imagine a 18'x18" sheet of ply with a distended scrim fronting wrapped convexly across a series of U-shaped supports to give it some 3-dimensionality. Or, imagine a scrim rolled as a tube and shaped to look like a tree but that's been cut in half long-ways. The apex of each U-support is about 9-10 inches away from the ply backing. Trick is, on the inside of the scrim, attached to the ply, is a beautiful Native Totem carving that runs along its center. I need to light the front of the painted scrim sometimes, when it needs to resemble a 'tree', and the inside when the Totem carving needs to be revealed. A totem pole embedded inside a tree. So, here's my dilemma: due to budget and resource limitations, I pretty much have to use Par16s, or something like that, to make this thing work. One at the top and one at the bottom, which I can mask. But, is there anything I can do to evenly distribute the light along the totem carving? I was thinking about strategically placed small mirrors and perhaps doubling-up the number of Par16s so that the light could somehow zig-zag its way up and down. But, that seems like a lot of trouble and time for something that might only work. Any help would be great appreciated.