Wanted to test a variety of lighting things this evening, so I set up the seamless in the garage. Got my two sons to participate.
strobist info: Norman 200B at 200w, bounced into a 4 ft high V-Card, camera left (V-card was lit with a 5" reflector was positioned at the top of the V-card, and angled down to light much of the V-card's height, but with fall-off). Norman was triggered with optical trigger. Camera right had an SB-28 providing fill, by being bounced off a foamcore board painted metallic gold. You can just barely see it on the back of the boy's head. Another SB-28 was mounted to the garage rafters using a Super Clamp, with a grid spot attached to it. Dialed down for subtle bg lighting. And then a little Lightroom shenanigans for color vibe, but no Photoshop. SB-28s were both triggered with Cybersyncs.
V-cards, btw, are made with 1.5" thick foam insulation from the hardware store. Comes in 4" x 8" panels, and also comes in various thicknesses. Cut it into two identical rectangles, and hinge it together with tape. I also put tape around the cut edges to keep the foam from coming loose over time. Very high reflectance and very white. $15 per panel!
Edit: I should mention that this all started yesterday when my boys were playing around with plastic ice cream cones and sticking them on their noses. I thought "hey! picture!" We went out and bought real ice cream cones today (my youngest really couldn't get his head around the fact that we were buying cones but no ice cream!). I was sure I'd figure out a way to stick them on their noses. Turns out I couldn't. Double sided tape won't stick, elmer's glue was a disaster, and a couple of other things. So I ended up with this instead.