At last work on the NCAA is OVERRRRR!!! Months of meetings, preparations and 3 trips to Paete, Laguna after, we can all rest now and sleep our worries away.
We were contracted to make a logo balloon for Jose Rizal University, rotating shields for Letran, hand-held crosses for the University of Perpetual Help-Rizal, 2 fabric screens for La Salle, and one huge, huge black fabric cover for the NCAA dragon (so as not to spoil the surprise). And oh, yeah. A 3000-pieces balloon drop as well. Whew!
The UPHR dancers make a dramatic pose with our wooden crosses.
The shields we made take center stage as Letran takes to the floor. These shields can rotate 360 degrees using a special mechanism attached to the handle.
The balloon-bomb we made for JRU figure prominently during the closing performance. We were also in charge of the 3,000-pieces balloon drop.
The NCAA dragon meets our balloon. We were also in-charge of the pyrotechnics that make up the dragon's fiery breath.