Hi, I just stared work at a theatre that uses a vertical frame. I love the frame for some uses but I'm still trying to figure out how to do some scenic techniques vertically. My first drop on the frame is a scrim. The scrim will be stretched on a metal frame then hung on the vertical frame. The metal frame is in the shape of a sunburst so it has sharp edges the scrim will be folded over. The image itself is a Photoshoped very geometric sharp line picture with a silhouette portrait, piano keys and lettering. The problems I foresee are: 1.the scrim ripping on the metal edges 2.the scrim sagging when I try to mask with anything like tape or contact paper Normally with a scrim I would draw the picture and place it on the back of the scrim so I can see the lines and trace. Since the scrim is already on a frame I don't think I can get the cartoon close enough to be seen through the scrim. So I was planning on drawing it out on contractors paper cutting it up for each shape in the background then spray each individual shape with the appropriate color. I think the pressure of brushes might be bad for this particular scrim. If I do it this way I run into how to attach the paper. I thought I would project the portrait, lettering and piano keys with a digital projector but the background has to be very precise and I'm not sure if I can get what I need with the projector. This piece is about 50ft wide so it's a pretty big project I don't have much time to work on. Please if anyone has any suggestions I would love to hear them. I hope my description makes since.