In the 16th century “carousel”/“merry-go-round” was originally the name of an event for the nobility, which replaced joisting and included a "horse ballet" and costume riders and horses. In the 18th century French engineers have evolved the idea of a mechanical carousel with a rotating circular platform, with wooden horses mounted on it. In those days, visitors sat on the horses trying to rip off the rings from the poles or had to hit the targets in a circle. The figures of horse, bear and elephant are set on the rotating round platform in the 3D colouring model Merry-go-round. You can roll your favourite toy or twist a carousel in your hands and find out how it is arranged and how it works. A merry-go-around is rotated about vertical axis and evidently shows the principle of work of the roller bearing.
Colour it as you like! Acrylic, gouache, watercolour, markers - you can use whatever you have. You can colour the model by doing yourself, with friends or the whole family. Delicate contour lines on wooden parts depict details of the attraction - horse, bear and elephant, to make it easy to paint.
With the help of fantasy, imagination, and creative talents of young (and adult) artists each UGEARS colouring model gets a unique and beautiful look, that will keep your spirits up being on the top of your desk.