As an Old School Punk, of the era of kickin' Mohawks and Doc Martens (yes-I-still-wear-Docs),I LOVE THIS!!!!Such a nice twist on the *normal* Steampunk stuff....more *my* idea of a SteamPunk!OY! OY! OY!XXOO~~Anne
Oh wow this is fabulous. I hope you enter this into the Gingersnap Creations Challenge this week, your picture is perfect for it. Annette x
Not sure what I would have done Jo! But this 'nails' it!! love the steam turbines concept!!
Haha, love your steam punk! Very fun!
Brilliant piece Jo and your view of our changing language made me smile...I think ;)Really like that blond mohawk!!!oxo
gosh!! this is very cool steampunk!! Love the guy with the tatooos!!
YES!!!!!!!Fabulous!!!Love your place here and your summer browns!
Anne... I'm enjoying the picture of you with Docs and a mohawk.Netty... Thanks, I haven't investigated Gingersnap.Wyn.. Well it did involve some steam... maybe that was overkill?Kat... Nice to hear from you, glad you got a laugh.Patty... Yes the language is a strange beastie.Luthien... I'm afraid you can easily outdo me in the Steampunk dept.Peggy... THanks for your supportive comment.
So funny - love your interpretation
Your a busy lady...love to stop in now and then and see you switching it up at any turn...keep it moving forward is what I learned and you're a good example for that...smiles lady...
I just couldn't get "steamed up" in time for the challenge but the way you tied it to language changing amused me. LOL!I like your entry.Darla
Hi Helena, Laura, and Darla... For some reason most of my cut'n'paste Scrapiteria collages have been rather 'tongue in cheek'. I guess it's the way I let off steam each week...hehe.
Hi Jo,Thank you for your comment today. I love this piece you've done, especially the Mohawk!! LOL
hahahahaha- hilarious- both commentary and the collage!