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Steam Queen Victoria by Whisp-of-Blue Steam Queen Victoria by Whisp-of-Blue
When the industrial revolution hit England, it exploded.
The United Kingdom reached the technological level of the modern world in a short two decades.
With such power and knowledge queen Victoria colonized India, South Africa, and Australia before going back to the United States of America to reclaim a war that never should have been lost.
With the queen's looks fading and a deceased king, Victoria encased herself in the very technology that made her an Empress/ Queen.
Forever encased in the life support system designed to look like her younger self she reigned over all as the Iron Steam Queen Victoria.
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dragonsword06 Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2009  Professional General Artist
Intiresting concept, maybe one that should be expanded upon?!?!?!
Whisp-of-Blue Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2009
14th-Night Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2009
Wow! We're seeing so many different kinds of things from you lately! It's great! I really like the texture in this, and the muted colors. Also, that it reminds me of mignola-y things, ie, historicalish but also crazy ridiculous. Yay!
FirePhoenixFlame Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2009
Oh Ken, this is BEAUTIFUL! Really! It is! As a Royalty obsession girl, I can really say that this is an excellent re imaging of Queen Victoria. The lightning on her is gorgeous and the iron looks hand hammered. I also love what you did with the Coat of Arms. Every time I look at it, I think She is casting a Shadow of England across it.

That same Royalty Obsessed part of me need to correct something though. Since Queen Victoria was the Sovereign, her Husband was never King. He was Prince Consort. A King is higher than a Queen, so a Queen's husband is never King unless he himself in the Sovereign. That's why Queen Elizabeth II's husband is Prince Philip and not King Philip. Hell, there haven't been any official Prince Consorts since Albert either...
Luherc Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2009   Digital Artist
= D
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