Which looks like this:
I've combined the frames then removed everything that doesnt move from each frame and attempted to adjust the colors.
Which I hereby release under the creative common licence and make available for further historic distortion.
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It was interesting research. The question quickly becomes if it is still the original work. I've been careful not to draw anything. Every frame is made from data from other frames. But I did copy in the shade of a carriage where the frame was missing one.
I find that with every edit it gets more dubious if the original work is still there. If the purpose is still to portray the scene restoration of this kind would be beneficial. It doesn't remove the line where it becomes a new creation but it moves it a bit further.
Working with the material I now think it entirely reasonable if one was to keep restoring each frame, extend the dimensions, invent whole new frames to go at the end, the beginning or even between the existing frames. Just as long as one would only add things that one would expect to be there I think the original work of art should benefit from the process.
Usually history only erodes away but sometimes the humans feel the need to refine it. I totally expect this to go wrong every time. But apparently I must take part in the forgery out of sheer curiosity, I even believe it is a good thing. haha