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1hpycmpr
For some strange reason, I like to try different things with globes.  I already have plenty of clear ones that allow the bright light to shine so why not?  😁
I now have 2 globes that my sister has "painted" for me.  Well, not painted, she used magic markers on a frosted globe to create these beauties!  I run these globes low on adjustable lanterns so the marker doesn't dry out and start to fade toward the top of the globe.  

I sent her a frosted globe and told her that I wanted a night scene with a campfire and illuminated tent under a starry sky.  This is what she created.   
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The globe looks really nice on the lantern but it's had to get a decent picture of it when running.
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Her other work of art is the center one.  The trees go all the way around the globe.
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I did the one on the right years ago.  I call it my 4-season globe.  Same scene through the seasons.
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Maybe I should have used my other camera but I was too lazy.  Thanks for looking!
Mark
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Rustytank
Neat! I always thought a stained glass globe would be cool. That's the effect I thought it would have.
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JimL
I love your sister's fantastic art work!  Perhaps you should consider a totally non-destructive LED conversion so you can leave them going indoors and not worry about the marker fading.   I bet you know where you can get some candidate lanterns.  🙂

-Jim

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Rustytank
I've seen some led conversions that didn't permanently alter the lantern somewhere. It wouldn't be hard to do in this case where you can't see the light assembly at all.
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74HARLEY
Those are really cool Mark!
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Happy Luke
That's beautiful, the one in the middle lets me think of a Bob Ross.
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1hpycmpr
Thanks for the comments, folks.  Obviously these are use more for ambiance than actual lighting.  And I can’t help thinking of my sister which always brings a smile to my face!
JimL wrote:
I love your sister's fantastic art work!  Perhaps you should consider a totally non-destructive LED conversion so you can leave them going indoors and not worry about the marker fading.   I bet you know where you can get some candidate lanterns.  🙂
You may be on to something, Jim. I have used the CL1 with the tree globe and even on low, the colors have begun to slightly fade.  I always figured I could just touch up the globe when needed but have since realized that I would be unable to duplicate my sister’s work.  I need to do some research. Thank you for the idea, Jim.
Mark
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REJ2
Mark, I found these on Ebay, bought both the 200 and the 220 size. Ive used the 200 size on Coleman 5122 propane model with very good results. Simple, unscrew a burner tube, screw the new LED tube.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Remote-Control-Burner-Tube-Inserts-LED-Made-For-Coleman-200A-Lantern-Two-Remote/402013241397?hash=item5d99db4035:g😮rIAAOSwy4JdmQXh




https://www.ebay.com/itm/Remote-Control-Burner-Tube-Inserts-Made-For-Coleman-220-228-Lantern/401960299536?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649ooook

My photography skills are not on par with yours, but here is a pic
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Rustytank
Those are the ones I saw and I forgot to look them up. Perfect for displaying your art globes
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1hpycmpr
REJ2 wrote:
Mark, I found these on Ebay, bought both the 200 and the 220 size. Ive used the 200 size on Coleman 5122 propane model with very good results. Simple, unscrew a burner tube, screw the new LED tube.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Remote-Control-Burner-Tube-Inserts-LED-Made-For-Coleman-200A-Lantern-Two-Remote/402013241397?hash=item5d99db4035:g😮rIAAOSwy4JdmQXh




https://www.ebay.com/itm/Remote-Control-Burner-Tube-Inserts-Made-For-Coleman-220-228-Lantern/401960299536?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649ooook

My photography skills are not on par with yours, but here is a pic
Thank you so much for the links!  Yes, I have some investigating to do this afternoon/evening.  And your picture shows me exactly what I can expect these will look like.  I really appreciate it, Bob.
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Loganeffecto
Very neat, Mark! 
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JimL
Mark,

Here's a thread on the conversion of a 200A to LED:  https://www.colemancollectorsforum.com/post/200a-electrified-10072746?pid=1307962643

I like the Grandpa's-ole-lantern LED replacement tubes, but note that they draw power even when not in use.  I guess the power draw is to sense the remote control.   When I made my LED conversion, I wanted a lantern that could be left on all the time. 

-Jim

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1hpycmpr
JimL wrote:
Mark,

Here's a thread on the conversion of a 200A to LED:  https://www.colemancollectorsforum.com/post/200a-electrified-10072746?pid=1307962643

I like the Grandpa's-ole-lantern LED replacement tubes, but note that they draw power even when not in use.  I guess the power draw is to sense the remote control.   When I made my LED conversion, I wanted a lantern that could be left on all the time. 
I remember when you did that, Jim!  Thanks for sharing the link.
Mark
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JimL
Those globes are way too nice.  Definitely consider the LED route to enjoy as well as preserve them.

-Jim

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1hpycmpr
JimL wrote:
Those globes are way too nice.  Definitely consider the LED route to enjoy as well as preserve them.
I definitely am considering the conversion for displaying my sister’s globes.  The globe I did?  Meh, not so much!  😁
Mark
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