Scott explains how to make the perfect low budget green screen fro your chroma key projects. The awesome thing about this method is that you get the paint from Walmart and the material used is foam board insulation that you buy at Home Depot or Lowes for less than $20.

Scott grew tired of having to worry about stretching the fabric behind him so he did his homework and figure out a low budget way to set up green screen in his office.

The paint color was generated by a color analyzer at Walmart. Just visit the store and ask for the cheaps flatmate paint they have. All you need is a quart for a 4 foot by 8-foot insulation board. This includes two coats of paint. The end result is a wrinkle-free, easy to move board that can be moved anywhere including outside with no issues.

The colorant combination was created by a single piece of actual green screen cloth from eBay. The colorant combination is the following;

AXX = 1Y 11 1
D = 0Y 18 1
E = 0Y 13 1
KX = 0Y 4 1

Scott also reviews his new Youtube channel art for Farmall Fanatic.

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