Sunday, 12 September 2010

In which our hero becomes Paymaster

A quick addition to the Steampunk journal of Captain James P Hemmings,
21st (New England) Engineer Regiment.

12 comments:

  1. Ooh this looks fab Nigel, I must make some time to add to my Steampunk journal! You have put me on a guilt trip now lol

    Sarah

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  2. Fabulous page Nigel. Great images. Makes me want to steampunk something. I DID just buy an old pocket watch to take apart and play with all those lovely little gears and gizmos :-)

    And thanks for visiting my blog and the encouragement. It means the world to me!

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  3. These pages are gorgeous, Nigel. Great images!

    Thanks for entering my giveaway! Good luck…
    Gaby

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  4. This is so creative! I like the color tones in these pages.
    Hanne

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  5. Wonderful steampunk and what a lovely use of the printed word in these pages. You may want to enter this at the Three Muses challenge this week. Really handsome artwork Nigel!

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  6. I'm so glad Lori nudged you! This is a lovely example of the written word in art. We welcome a male point of view to our challenges. Don't be a stranger. Come back!

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  7. Oh wow this is so cool!! I must look on your blog for more of Capt. Hemming's journal pages!

    Greetings from Diane at Collagitation.

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  8. A very clever and stunning example of how the printed word becomes art, Nigel. A big thank you to Lori for pointing you in this direction so we can all enjoy your very creative art.

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  9. A very clever and stunning example of how the printed word becomes art, Nigel. A big thank you to Lori for pointing you in this direction so we can all enjoy your very creative art.

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  10. These pages are super Nigel! Love everything about them ... they really draw you in and take you to another time and place!

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