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Discussion in 'Everything else' started by Oliver Bizer, May 21, 2009.
The figures are from Junior :mrgreen:
Each star is a State. In the 1860's we only had 26 stars to represent the Union. The south represented 13 stars in their battle flag which were the amount of states in the rebellion. The North or the Union kept all the stars, President Lincoln refused to reduce the stars in the flag because he wanted to preserve the Union So the North had all the states represented in their flag, to include the Southern States, 26 stars.
It is a one of the errors in some historical movies. Count the flags in a WW II movie. If it has 50 stars, something is wrong. We did not have 50 stars till the late 1950's, those were Alaska and Hawaii.
Great Diorama I like it. I like the technique for the Wheels and I may incorporate them when I build my version and other wagons and carts.
AHH now i understand the flag!
Thank you very much!
P.s. i am looking for your Cannon
Silveroxide, I know how to do the barrel in paper and still get the contours. Turn a master and make a mold. Then, pour the mold with paper mache. No joke, it works. The most work you have to do is to sand a couple of seams.
You can even precolor the papermache with powdered carbon.
If you need help on this, let me know. I can do the turning and mold making.
So can someone receive this model from you to build it? I know a civil war buff that would appreciate a model like this.
Oh yes, look here:
The second model.
Civil War Cannon
I have not done the Cannon yet but I did do the 1880's Gatling Gun. I use your Idea for the wheels and modified them. Here is the beta build of the Gatling.
I layered the outside rims and placed the spoke section in the middle. The spokes were done by layering heavy paer until the desire thickness, in this case 3X.
I have too many projects and a ongoing contract. I may start the cannon in July. Thanks for the idea on the wheels.
WOW i have no words for the Gatling Gun
This was perfect!!!!!!!!!!!!
Thanks for the pictures!!!!!!!!
Glad you enjoyed them. Here is couple a pics of the cannon as promised but I have posted the build thread some place else. I am working now on the limber and accessories
Wow this is incredible. Are you going to create a base for it too???
There is a base with the limber and cannon together but it will be on another thread of course. This is Ollie's thread.
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