Paintballers and the owners of the historic wooden barrel that holds the legendary Battle of St. Louis are going to need a lot of paint and lots of time to get the job done.
A photo of the wooden barrel, which was built in 1857 and is now owned by the Historic Society of St Louis, is featured in a series of photos taken during the filming of the upcoming film “Battle of St .
It is the only barrel in the United States to be painted by hand, with the paintball guns used in the shoot using a new, more advanced technique called “turbulent” paint.
The barrel is being used to represent the city of St, Louis during the 1857 battle.
It’s being painted with black paint, which is supposed to add depth and color to the battlefield.
It will then be painted over in black.
“We had the opportunity to paint the barrel and get a lot more detail in it,” says Bob Fritsche, a St. Charles County Historical Society volunteer who shot the video for the upcoming documentary.
Fritsche and the Historic society of StLouis decided to do a test shoot for the movie.
The crew also built a temporary stage and set up a prop booth for the shoot.
The goal was to have a small scale, fast-paced, high-tech, and low-budget production that would help show the value of modern-day paintball.
“This barrel was a real gem.
It was not the first wooden barrel in St. L. Louis.
It wasn’t the first barrel in America.
It had been in the state of Missouri for a long time,” says Fritche.
The historic wooden barrels were built for the United Daughters of the Confederacy, which fought against the U.S. government during the Civil War.
The barrels were eventually auctioned off to the local museum, where they are now on display.
The barrels were painted with a special type of black paint called “turulent” to add detail and make the paint appear more realistic, the Historic group said in a statement.
“It is a special paint that is highly sensitive to heat and light.
It gives the barrel a dark, brownish-black color, which gives the painting a more realistic look,” the group said.
The Historical Society says the barrel will also be featured in the film.
Fritz Schuetz, the director of the documentary, says the barrels are meant to represent history.
“These barrels were a gift to the city and state of St L. James, and they were meant to be seen and loved by the people of St James,” he said.
“They were painted over the course of the 18th century by St. James’s blacksmith and his family.
He’s one of the few blacksmiths who actually worked on the barrel,” Schuets said.
He also says the team plans to shoot the barrel again in the future.