As promised earlier this morning, I wanted to share what I've been up to today. Well, actually one of the things I've been up to today. This project needs some fine tuning and some added touches, but I thought I would give you all a peek at how it is going....
I will be back tomorrow night hopefully with the tuning and touches done and hopefully some kind of tutorial if you are interested. Again, I think another cool project for a man. But for now, here she is on her maiden voyage...The Montgolfier Steampunk Airship...LOL!
The Gentleman Crafter
Will you ever run out of ideas Jim lol. Brilliant again!ReplyDelete
Wow! This is so cool!ReplyDelete
Love it! Don't know how you do it all! I made another flying pig clock for a gift today, so I was busy too. Never enough hours in the day are there?ReplyDelete
Jim, Jim ... JIM !!! Another way cool project !ReplyDelete
well isn't that a cute thing! Love it! it may be manly but I think it's cute!ReplyDelete
Wow....reminds me of "Around the World in 80 Days"....lol. Very kewl, Jimbo!ReplyDelete
This looks awesome! Can't wait to see how you're going to improve on it. Magic.ReplyDelete
So glad I checked back tonight. I love it! Absolutely interested in a tutorial hen you have time.It,s not just that you come up with awesome ideas, it's that you then find a way to make them. No wonder you had to go to Michaels.ReplyDelete
This is cool ... love the whole idea of a steam punk balloon ... textures on the balloon really add to it.. FANTASTIC .... cant think of another word :o)ReplyDelete
Your imagination seems to know no bounds! I love this fantastic balloon. Lots of texture, lots of fun details....the little sandbags!!! Just marvelous!ReplyDelete
Loving the steampunk airship, right up my alley. Would you please share a few words on how you made it? Pretty please? Would love to make one for my scrubbie (scrap hubby) who is into flying things and steampunk style.ReplyDelete
Cool! Lovin me some Steampunk! Great idea. Never thought to make an ornament into a balloon.ReplyDelete
Can't imagine how you're going to fine tune and add touches to this. It looks fantastic!!! I'll check back later ready to be amazed.ReplyDelete
This is so you. I'm sure Santa would Love riding In this to deliver his packages Merry Christmas.ReplyDelete
Wow Jim, this is so cool! The stuff you make would make nice window and store displays. SPECTACULAR!ReplyDelete
Ahhh, so this is the mysterious steampunk ornament! It's great stuff! I can't imagine what it needs. But, as always, you'll figure it out. TFS Hugs, JessReplyDelete
So weird....I checked your blog before I went to bed...around 11:30pm and there still wasn't a new post. Now this morning it's here and says you posted just before 10pm...weird.ReplyDelete
Anyway....The Montgolfier Steampunk Airship seriously took my breath away!! So totally C O O L !!!!! LOVE IT!!!!
Holy cow Jim, that is awesome! Yes please on the tutorial! You really amaze me, although sometimes I kinda wonder how your brain works. Bet it would be scary to take a peek inside there! Haha! Just kidding, you do incredible work and thanks so much for sharing that "brain" with me!ReplyDelete
How fun! Love the addition of the sandbags along the side.ReplyDelete
Way cool I heard you chatting to Fiona on Skype about this so glad to see it in the flesh as it where lol great idea Jim stunningReplyDelete
LUV it!! Can't wait for some "how to make it" info...ReplyDelete
Wowza Jim! I'm loving the Ornamental Cheerspiration on this! Just magnificent.ReplyDelete
you have quite the imagination!ReplyDelete
This is really fantastic! I'd LOVE to see a tutorial! Looks like so much fun :)ReplyDelete
Oh yeah-you never cease to delight me!ReplyDelete
Very cool!! (And not just for the guys me thinks! :) )ReplyDelete
Would very much like to see a tutorial please! Love your creations and vid tuts!
Wow Jim....is that a christmas decoration underneath there? Another piece of talent.ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for sharing.
DUDE! Just, dude! I'm at a loss here. That's just freaking cool!!!ReplyDelete
Oh Wow, how cool is that?? Both my brother & nephews would love something like this!!! All they get from me is keyrings or phone charms with skulls & cogs thrown into mix. Lol. Off in hope you did a tutorial, for when I am grown up crafter...... Caroline :)ReplyDelete
Did you ever make a tutorial for this? It is awesome!ReplyDelete
So in LOVE with this ... Fantastic job, Jim!!!ReplyDelete