Sunday, July 12, 2015

Free Steampunk Stone and Brass Frame

Steampunk Frame!
There are varying degrees of Steampunk-ness, and likewise several sub-genres of that creative way of self expression. Though some really do go for airships and their accoutrements, others tend to enjoy trains more.

I really do love trains, so when the antique locomotive button used for this project was found over at Wikimedia Commons, I almost slipped a cog out of sheer delight!

For this frame, that antique locomotive button has been set, if you will, in a faux "brass" bezel. The faux brass inlays in each quadrant are set into tiny sprockets, also made to look a little like inlay.

This might be fun to use in an art project, such as an altered book or visual journal. We ask respectfully that our guests will not sell this item, as the very basis for it (and the reason, therefore, for its existence) has a Share-alike License over at Wikimedia. We respect the work of the artist who made that image available for our use, and have already attributed Shakko's work in two previous posts, both with similar frames. Each frame was made via the same image that Shakko has offered for free use only.

Such a person deserves Attribution for the photograph being used. Thank you for helping us to preserve the rights of others. We do not have that person's permission to sell that image or anything built upon that image, which means that this frame cannot legally be sold.

A new list of credits may be found below. We hope our guests will enjoy our new series of frames with their
Happy Creativity!

Steampunk Stone & Brass Frame
Download Digi PNG Version HERE
Download JPG (for print) Version HERE

Display Copy (lower resolution)

Old Locomotive Button: Public Domain
Marble Paper: Public Domain
Sprockets: PPS Image Archive
Malachite photo by Shakko HERE
This person has licensed the image we've used here in specific terms. 
Please read the licenses at any free image website prior to 
choosing and using any images there.
That would include here.
Thanks so much.

You are free to:
Use the above image or its downloads 
in the making of art for your own private use.
You are not free to:
ever sell it in any way, even if you embellish or alter it.
Please respect our relations with fellow artists.
And please respect our gifts for the public's use.
Thank you.


Sheila Rumney said...

Thank you for poppin' in to see my creative space for Where Bloggers Create. You have a beautiful website. Have a great day!

Plush Possum Studio said...

Sheila: I LOVE to visit your site! There re so many lovely ideas to be found there!
Thank you for stopping by and taking a peek at our stock here!

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