Monday, 12 January 2015

Victorian Twister


7 comments:

  1. Cool...AWESOME and FABULOUS Collage!

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  2. Wow! This is superb, Lynn. You must have some awesome sources, to find those pieces, especially the B&W people in the amazing athletic costumes. And I adore the central tile...

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  3. Aweswome, Lynn. You are a real array artiste! Are these images of playboards or did you used real ones? I like their patterns and their disposal as well as your use of letters and numerals.

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    1. Just the images, M, but aren't they wonderful? I wish I had every one of them.

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  4. This is so funny Lynn, you made me laugh out loud! The silly men are hilarious and the rest looks like beautiful mosaic. I adore your patterns!

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  5. WoW! I love vintage game boards and these are some nifty examples. Sabine asked if these were images of game (play) boards...and I am assuming they are. If they are not you are sitting on a collection of extremely collectible and valuable pieces! "Victorian Twister" sounds like the name of a board game. Great image.

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  6. Thanks, everybody. You/re all invited over for a cocktail and a rousing game of Victorian Twister!

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