This is a non-firing fully metal Colt replica which has been Steampunked. It has a metallic antique brass finish with great details and distressed bronze finished plastic hand grips which have been enhanced with small gears. The hammer can be cocked and the trigger will release but it will not fire anything. The slug chamber will also rotate but can not be removed. It is a prop or for display only. Weighs approximately 2 lbs. The stand, which is plastic, has also been painted and antiqued in a brass finish with a slightly metallic wood grain effect on the main base and is included. Thanks for browsing.
All Natural Arts was started by Susan Beatrice as a venue for selling her creations. Combining talent and imagination with a love of nature, the designs are created with the environment in mind. Recycled, upcycled and repurposed objects are combined with natural elements into unique, Earth-friendly and artistic items sensitive to the limits of our natural resources.
All Natural Arts is a celebration of nature in the form of jewelry and other fun and whimsical items. Using sea glass, stones and other natural elements as well as vintage watches, jewelry pieces, and found objects to create one of a kind treasures for you to enjoy or to give as gifts.
The Steampunk Keyboard looked terribly anachronistic sitting in front of my Dell 1907FP flat panel monitor and while I hesitated to tear open a $300 monitor that was still under warrantee, art must be served.
Inside I found that the whole thing was encased in steel sheet. I rejected the idea of re-making all of the pieces in brass and went looking for some paint that would give a nice effect. I settled on a nice gold metallic from Rustoleum with a thin coat of brown Krylon Crystal Color to give it an aged look.
ot too bad! The finish is a good match for the 19th Century gas lamp arms that I bought from Sequential Glass. It was, in fact, these arms that inspired this project. As soon as I opened the box they came in I knew instantly what I was going to do with them.
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)
These goggles have a black/violet base coat with an antiqued silver finish and pewter finished extension rings on each eye cup. Painted and finished with a flat protective clear coat. Each extension ring is secured by three aluminum stand-offs with a set of gears, wing nuts and pearl beads on each eye cup. They include 2- 50 mm poly carbonate clear lenses, 2-50 mm shade 3 green lenses, and an elastic head strap. The lenses can be removed and exchanged or replaced. One of a kind. Thanks for viewing.
There I was minding my own business and doing a light morning work out in my studio. The music perfectly matched my joyful feeling of being alive. I threw open the door and stepped out side to welcome the gorgeous day! Hello Day! Hello World! You are looking mighty spectacular this morning!
I looked down and shouted with joy. An old rusted crescent wrench was sitting there and at that moment I saw the most neat steam driven crescent wrench. Oh how I love the eye’s of inspiration.
I decided that I would share some of the processes in the making of this new artifact from the Captain Bland’s air ship crash site. Enjoy.
The first thing I did was weld the hand guard on. Appropriately rusted re-bar. Cool right? Then I met the first obstacle. It is very difficult to drill into tool steel so all items need to be mounted in another way.
The second pictures show my solution as to how to arrange, measure and place all the items. A 2′ x 6″ board covered with paper. Now I can drill and move and lay out the total project before I have to actually assemble the units to be mounted on to the wrench.
This is just the start but just this much gets me all excited about what will develop. It is like having a ring side seat to creation! Sounds weird? I mean I am the creator and at the same time I am watching it be created. Not really because I have no Idea what will happen next! Now it is sounding weird! But I love it!!
So here is the beginning of a fun artifact creation.
Hi, Im Mat. Im 27 and for once Im not single. I just moved back from moving across the country, coming home couldnt have been a better idea. I have a half finished novel and Im starting to wonder if Ill ever finish it. I smoke weed, I wont apologize for it. I need to get more tattoos, Id love to be sleeved.
Art is the reason Im on tumblr. Nerdy art. Tattoos. Reading. Writing. Music. Video Games. Film. Television. Cars. Technology. Rants. Fashion. Design. Life.