I don't have any space in my future home studio for a vocal booth. I'm on a tight budget. My room itself isn't completely dead yet and I've been thinking about buying some EZ Hang acoustic blankets and hanging them from hooks in the ceiling in a portion of the studio, "boxing" the microphone off from everything else. This way I can also take them down when I'm not recording anybody.
The blankets are only 6 feet tall and my ceiling is probably a good 9 feet. This would leave 3 feet open from the ground. Would any sound be able to enter the recording from underneath?
Also, would the blankets hanging alone be enough to deaden the sound inside the "boxed" area? There's not really ambient noise in my studio other than a very quiet PC. I'm mainly just concerned about those nasty natural reverbs.
Sorry if these are all noob questions. Thanks for any input guys.