Part Of Her Work by bakapo ()
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made with photos, png tubes, and brushes in GIMP and IrfanView. files from pixabay.
background: 3209107, girl and lamp: susannp, owl: free, gears: kevintinierme/geralt/coolcatgamesstudio/pngpic
just playing with gears and stuff...
thanks for looking and any comments.
Image Comments (27)
Some ebots aren't working again (ugh!), but I came here anyway, hoping you'd put up more since I only comment one week out of several---and, presto! You put up another image! What a theatrical, dark, playful, near-macabre presentation this is---I love the 19th C, Steampunk, Sweeney Todd, Charles Dickens theatrical feel to it. I half expect this lady to break out in a sinister song with a big smile on her face. She's dressed like someone out of Alice in Wonderland, I love the top hat and all those tattoos on her (if those aren't tattoos, she should really see a good skin doctor!) She's bent over like someone in the middle of a dance number...I love the owl staring at us...and you have two port-holes---which makes this like a big iron boat; and you have a few gears on the ground, a vice and a wrench. Really creative. And of course the gear laden clock, against a corroded metal wall. This is Steampunk on Broadway, it's dark, dingy, playful, theatrical and musical. Your olive-green-brown tones make a great backdrop to all that brass and yellow. (And reds esp in her outfit: Those boots gotta take some practice to walk in!) Really fun and creative work. Darkly delightful.
("Darkly delightful" sounds like a blurb for a film advertisement! I apologize! "Darkly delightful---a film for the whole family!" Except that it really fits your image---it's both dark and delightful. What can I say...)