Tuesday, 29 June 2010

Steampunk


it's steampunk for 3 Muses this time and for once I've got it done before it's time to post it.
I've spent far too many hours on the computer this week playing with Photoshop and challenges and trying new kits .
Thats one of the perks of being on a DT , you get to play with lots of new stuff all for free.
This time no Merkeley Designs as I don't want to overload you.
credits- Christina Renee-Collectors Plethora

25 comments:

Tess said...

I like it....

Lori Saul said...

This is wonderful and truly artistic steampunk. Love the nostalgia!

Judy said...

Perfect steampunk piece, Ellen, I'm one to spend hours on Photoshop too!

indybev said...

This is unique and wonderful. What steampunk fun we're having. Excellent work! Thanks for sharing.

peggy gatto said...

Actually, I think this is very charming!

LW said...

wonderful steampunk art...
I really love your little guy....

Louise

Diana Evans said...

oh wow!!! I love this....wonderful work!!!

Sandy said...

Wow this is stunning Ellen.
Fantastic work.

Bill C. said...

Very cool! I especially like the eye.

Rein said...

Wonderful stampunk piece Ellen!

Julia said...

What a wonderful piece this is!

Femmy said...

prachtige steampunk kaart Ellen!

Rosie said...

Wow, it's a fantastic art work

Rosie

crafty creations said...

A brilliant piece of artwork Ellen - love it !!! xx Hilda

Zoechaos said...

Oh is this all digital art!? WOW xx Zoe

Taluula said...

Perfect steampunk piece Ellen and an original take on the challenge too. Great news that you are spending loadsa time on PS. You go girl!

Yvonne said...

Gorgeous piece, Ellen!

Deb said...

Yeah, you got this one down to a "t". Love it!

mary.kg said...

Bonsoir Ellen ! très bien le format de votre challenge ! Ensemble réussi !
Amicalement Mary.KG

Jackie said...

It's lovely, Ellen.

Ozstuff said...

This is wonderful, Ellen. I love the keeping-an-eye-on-you effect. Fantastic and original artwork.

Effie said...

Very nice.........I didn't realise it was digi!

Diane said...

Lovely piece, Ellen!

Otter Blue said...

I really like your piece. The more I look at it the more I like it. Great job.

Zuzu's Blog said...

Steam pink is works of science fiction set in an era or world where steam power is still widely used — usually the 19th century, but with prominent elements of either science fiction or fantasy, such as fictional technological inventions like those found in the works of H. G. Wells and Jules Verne, or real technological developments like the computer occurring at an earlier date. Steam and cogs running your laptop lol..

your piece is lovely whether you knew what steam punk was or not. Z x