This pen was crafted by coating the brass pen tube in black enamel, then bending and attaching individual watch gears to the pen tube. The tube was then cast in poly resin prior to turning, sanding, and polishing on my lathe.
Steampunk Industrial Lamp
Steampunk Industrial Lamp by the machine age lamp company.
A collection of nixie clocks, based both on my design and many others.
If you’ve come to this page from a web search or link and don’t have a clue what a nixie tube is, Go here for more info!
If you have built a nixie clock, send me a picture! Also check out Westdave’s huge nixie clock collection. Tom McNally’s page. and Claus-Dieter Urbach’s site. Also see Guy Marsden’s electronic art page.
Want to buy a nixie clock? try Cosmodog wps Cathode Corner for ready-made ones or kits.
Note : I get a lot of submissions for this page. Sometimes I’m too busy to deal with them so they go in a pile for a while to be looked at later.
Now that so many people are making clocks, Only particularly well-made or unusual ones get added here.
There are lots more where this came from, too. Hit the link to see all the other designs. (They’re crazy expensive, of course, but they don’t look *too* hard to DIY.)(And we STILL haven’t made a proper fixture for our steampunk dining room. I am hanging my head in shame.)
And here’s another of Susan’s new pieces, “The Beast of the Machine
Jacie tells me that after she kept showing him all the steampunky jewelry she loves online, her hubby got inspired and made this for her as a surprise! Aww. That’s a keeper right there, Jacie. (And your husband, too!)
Steampunk Monkey Nation is a series of illustrations by Austin, Texas-based artist Chet Phillips featuring primates dressed up in military gear. Prints are available to purchase online at his Etsy store, ChetArt. Previously, weve written about Chet and his creative collections of artwork.
Each of these stalwart monkeys and apes utilize specific weapons, clothing and support equipment in order to complete their challenging and dangerous tasks and missions.
This is a pair of steampunk engineer goggles which have a medium blue base coat and are highlighted with a metallic silver finish. They have been painted and sealed with a flat sealer. They also have pewter colored extension rings that are highlighted with aluminum sand-offs. Each eye piece is decorated with a distressed silver finished metal wing and gears which are mounted to the sides with chrome acorn nuts. Hexagonal stand-offs are also mounted on each side . They include 2-50 mm poly carbonate clear lenses, 2-50 mm shade 3 green lenses, and an elastic adjustable head band. The lenses are removable and interchangeable. One of a kind. Thanks for browsing.
James Corbett takes used card parts and, using them like pieces in a puzzle, creates amazing steampunk sculptures.
Corbett showed artistic talent ever since he was a little boy. Colleagues at his Redcliff school would always tell him hed grow up to be an artist. But, at 36 years old James was running a motor wrecking business. Thats when he started welding together a bunch of car parts and awakened the dormant talent inside. In just 18 months he closed his wrecking business and became a full-time artist.
James Corbet says he makes these original sculptures because he can and it would be a shame to waste his God-given talent. The Car Part Sculptor has exhibited his works in galleries all across the world.
Last Halloween my oldest son Colin dressed up as the Doctor from Doctor Who and I # together a Screwdriver for him from bits of junk I scrounged up in the garage. Upon seeing the Sonic Screwdriver my youngest son Sam decided he had to have one. Sam however declared that his screwdriver needed to work- he wanted more than just a cool looking prop.
He wanted a functional Sonic Screwdriver.
The neat thing about this project is you can easily tailor it to include all different kids of sensors to learn about the world around you. Inexpensive accelerometers, altitude sensors, barometric pressure sensors, GPS sensors, etc. are all readily available and you can make a custom Sonic Screwdriver to house whatever sensors you want.
This is my Steampunk lamp Diabolical Lamp “Rick” in honor of Rick Griffin the 60’s rock poster artist who created the eye-conic dancing eyeball poster.
This is a construction of three antique components. The Art Nouveau base once held a Loetz glass bowl. The exquisitely designed Aesthetic Japanese style brass ball is from a Victorian gas chandelier. The wrought iron finial is from a Victorian fence.
Leather TOP HAT PATTERN diy leather steampunk cosplay Halloween larp handmade
Read carefully before you purchase! This is a digital download and not an actual hat!
The PDF file contains patterns in actual size for the top hat shown in the pictures
Also included are instructions on how to join together the parts to get exactly the same product I always do.
I recommend using thick natural leather at least 0.04 inches thick for getting the best result that will guarantee a long lasting piece that can be worn or displayed.
The file contains patterns for 4 different sizes meant to fit most regular heads. More precisely, you can craft a hat of a diameter around the forehead and top of the years of 57, 58, 59 and 60 CM. (22,4 ", 22.8" , 23,2 " and 23.6 ")
If your head doesn't fit any of the sizes please message me and I will create a custom pattern for your exact size within the same day.
The PDF file contains:
* 4 different real size patterns for every piece required to finish the design
* diagrams showing how to put the pieces together
The tools required are:
* a regular cutter,
* a hole puncher,
* two needles
The materials required are:
* patches of natural leather
* thick thread, preferably waxed
The file is available for instant download so you can print and start working right away!
I am also available to answer questions or give advice on how to best craft your hat.
No. of Pages: 26
Page Size: A4 (210mm × 297mm) (print with zero margins)