This one is for all you Steampunk fans. While there are no gears in this…
Remember yesterday, when I wrote that I had found the pieces of an old project, but it took me forever to find the instructions? Well, I finally got busy with it this afternoon. Here’s my progress so far…
My head cold is progressing nicely into a chest cold. Since steam helps me feel better, I figured I’d do a little Steampunk style image today.
Another quick post tonight. This one has a nice steampunk flavor.
A dear friend brought to my attention the fact that I neglected to post any decent photos of my Steampunk outfit for the wedding I attended back in July. It’s time to remedy that situation.
Welcome back, my fans!
Today, I have a special treat for both of you! I was digging through my old files, to make sure that all my “important” files are backed up properly, and I found some old-ish (last year or the year before) art that I had made. I had downloaded a wonderful program called Apophysis (only available for Windows, alas), which creates fractals. I had also found a cool tutorial on how to create a specific type of fractal called a “Grand Julian”. I think it has a fab Steampunk look to it, between the “gears” and the “flowers”. Here’s a sampling of what I made…
So, I’m digging around, and I found these photos of projects past:
Guys! I just found this awesome little watch, and it still works! I’ve had it a while, and “somehow” it ended up in Woman-Child’s stash, so I politely asked for it back. I’ll be fixing it up for the fabulous Dr. Who/Steampunk themed wedding bash I’ll be attending later this month. Here are some photos: