This little guy is sporting a hat and bow tie by Hundchen, and he looks especially proud to be doing so. In my personal experience, dogs don’t like hats very much. However, some will tolerate them quite well!
The nixies used are Siemens ZM1040, from an old milling machine. The clock is connected to the Frankfurt Radio Time Signal. Behind the round lens you can see the “caesium source” lighting up bluish.. Because there was plenty memory available we can show: hours and minutes. seconds, year, software version, software issue date, time signal decoding And there was still memory left so we can also show pi up to 18000 decimals. You choose with the bakelite selector switches. Old voltmeter indicates kW and shows seconds… The wood is cherry wood.
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.
You can stop and ask almost anyone on campus and they will probably have an iPhone or a smartphone. Phones are one of the most necessary accessories of our generation, and some people have gotten pretty creative about how they protect and decorate them with cases. While many people choose a more traditional route and pick a case solely for the purpose of protecting their phone from being damaged, there are plenty of crazy cases out there that really show off some personality. Here are just a few of the cutest, craziest, and most creative iPhone cases:
A fantastical genre of collector intrigue – Mullanium Steampunk Bird Sculptures.
Self-taught artist, Jim Mullan, began his artistic journey during his teen years, tinkering with old watches, toys, and scientific instruments. Combining his love of the natural world as well, Jim followed his creative urge to discover a blend of things environmental and mechanical, and found a surprising resonance between these two otherwise very different design elements.
The first step to painting your steampunk gun is to choose a base color. For this step especially, I suggest that you find a clean, flat workspace to use. (I did most of this project in my bed while watching Netflix. There is definitely some paint on my sheets.) There are base acrylic paints available, or you can use a simple plain black or white. Due to the chance of spots showing through the layers of paint, I chose to use black as my base color.Once you choose your color, use a medium paintbrush (I used one with bristles about an inch across) to paint the entire exterior of the gun that color. Using a medium sized brush allows you to get the job done quickly, but also gives you more control over where the paint goes. Additionally, you will want to paint any interior areas of the gun that might show through when the gun is completely put back together. You can either paint these areas black, or paint them to match the color that area is on the guns exterior. I chose to paint the edges of the interior to match the exterior, just in case they show through at all.
Company “Copper Cat Art Group” presents new design-product in the field
of Steampunk and Teslapunk: multitasking electronic
chronograph-alarm-thermometer Tempar Tesla with RGB-lighting!
Tempar Tesla is our tribute of respect to the memory of a great man Nikolo Tesla. 160th anniversary of his birthday all progressive humankind will celebrate 2016. And, of course, we could not be just simple observers!
By means of peculiarities of construction and original design we tried to reconstitute some of the spirit of invention and innovation of Tesla in our device, to reconstruct atmosphere of mystery and delight of the person untisipating Great discoveries.
Multitasking electronic chronograph-alarm-thermometer Tempar Tesla is an object of art and exists as a SINGLE copy. Assembling of the devices of the “Tempar” series is manual and goes through various stages of reassuring of quality and workability.
French artist Edouard Martinet transforms metal pieces found at flea markets and car-boot sales into beautiful works of art.
Using a series of common metallic objects, from rusted kitchen pans, to old typewriter keys and car lights, Martinet manages to create intricate sculptures of fish, reptiles and insects. Without any soldering or welding whatsoever, the artist first draws up a few detailed sketches of what he wants to create, then begins a painstaking process of piecing the metal parts together, like a puzzle. As you can imagine, his scrap metal masterpieces take quite a long time to complete, but they are definitely worth the effort.
Slightly Distressed 18th Century Steampunk Flintlock Pistol
This is a steampunk style 18th century flintlock pistol. The metal pistol has been aged and has brass gears attached to each side. It is approximately 6.5" in length. The white plastic grips simulate ivory grips. Flintlock mechanism can be cocked and engages the trigger which releases when squeezed. Thanks for browsing.