Saturday, 17 October 2009

Full steam ahead! New kit and freebies!

After weeks of working on it,
I finally have released my new kit Steampunk EXCLUSIVE to CSD!

Steampunk is more than just brass, goggles and watchparts.
It's finding a way to combine the past and the future
in an aesthetic pleasing yet still punkish way.
It's living a life on invention and adventure,
that looks old-fashioned, yet speaks to the future.
It's combining the scientific romanticism of the Victorians
in an era where steam power was still widely used,
but with prominent elements of science fiction or fantasy,
with our real present and imagined future.
Are you ready for an adventure in time, as the air fills with smoke and steam,
the gears are grinding, and the clocks are set in motion?

This full kit, has 15 papers and 60 elements (of which one is a old key alpha sheet
and one is a WA sheet with six WA labels). The kit comes with a full alpha also,
upper and lowercase as well as numbers and special symbols, seperate png's as well
as full sheets. That is two different alphas in one kit! Everything 300 |DPI. PU/S4H.

Elements contain for example: airship, balloon, various gears, screws, valves, clocks and bolts, a pair of goggles, a butterfly, an old leather chair, a communicator, a curtain-overlay, a floral rusty doodle, an old door, eyelets, a fan, various real or crafted foliage, flairs, a tree, 7 frames, a string with gears, a key, old industrial pipes, oil-funnels, a gear-cluster, a steam-vehicle, a lock, an indexcard, a bookplate (3 versions), a tag, a nameplate and a pair of wings.





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and some by me.
Top one is my father, bottom one is my greatgranddad.

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And here is a free add-on with an additional 5 papers and 6 elements.


Limarea said...

Great freebie, thank you! :)

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for this Freebie. I want to let you know that I posted a link to your blog in CBH Digital Scrapbooking Freebies, under the Page 1 post on Oct. 18, 2009. Thanks again.