Design Interior Paintball Fields
Design of interior paintball fields can be done with the correct materials and interior space to support teams of people shooting high speed balls of paint at each other. This will entail preparing the walls and floors from a constant barrage of paint, but it will also entail reinforcing the windows, so that they don't break when paintballs hit them. Designing these interior paintball fields won't be expensive once you have secured the space. As long as the field is fun to play on, no one really cares how it looks.
- Netting Along the Walls. Purchase large cheap pieces of netting and hang them from the ceiling from in front of all the walls around your interior paintball field. This will not only help protect the walls from paint, but it will limit any ricochets from paintball shots into other players, breaking the paintballs up when they are fired at it. There may be some upkeep to this netting from time to time, but the most expensive part of this design for the interior paintball field will be purchasing and hanging the netting in the first place.
- Objects on the Interior Paintball Field. Place large objects that would realistically be inside an interior paintball field inside the large room where you plan to play so that teams can take cover behind each when they are fighting each other. These objects can include bombed out cars that were supposedly being worked on when the battle began happening, old cubicles simulating a large office environment, or just over turned desks and interior furniture.
- Create Natural Aisles. While a large number of objects for players to take cover behind on an interior paintball field is always a good thing, areas to run in the open should be planned out between these areas, so that players will have to work to take different parts of the interior paintball field. Objects should also be left off the sides of the interior paintball field so that players can advance along the walls on each side, so that it is difficult for someone to imbed themselves in the far corner of the field.