This is me!My name is Adrian Sage.
My biggest pleasure is to invent my own worlds and express them with paintings, stories and poetry.
Usually I am playing ZomG here.
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That little tidbit was supposed to be for someone else on facebook. >.>
Damn you, ctrl+v. Damn you.
The message I left you was supposed to start out with just "Firstly, I would like to apologize."
Ughh... Unfortunate timing for incorrect ctrl+v. -cries-
Firstly, I would like to apologize. At the time the discussion was taking place, I was going through quite a lot and, after reading through my posts, you're right. I seem to have come across as crass.
I never said MadMax wasn't steampunk, I just said that I don't know if I would consider it steampunk. That was all. Personal preference, my dear.
Opinions, opinions, that's all this is.
But Wells was known for far, far more than just War of the Worlds. D:
The Time Machine, The Invisible Man, The Crystal Egg. The list just goes on and on and on. I love his works, and if you haven't read many you should because they're just awesome. biggrin
But I'm still not completely convinced that Mad Max is steampunk. I mean, I can understand why it could be viewed, but when I look at steampunk, I see the Victorian Era style of technological advancements and such, since it was during that time that steam-powered technology was very popular and considered modern.
When I just google "Steampunk," almost every result I come up with is just the ideal form of steampunk that I see it as. Others are arguments over some aspects of it, but ahh well.
Tja, da musst du leiiider durchdrehen ohne die frische Sommerbriese!
Mein perfider teuflischer Plan hat funktioniert *irre lacht*
Ich geh jetzt Kekse backen und kleine glückliche Törtchen um sie in der Welt zu verteilen!
Ja schein so oo
Ich kapier Gaia eh nich x)