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Steampunk Robot

Cardboard and paint.
(except the chain)


Cartón y pintura.
(excepto la cadena)
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Some Steampunk eyeware I have made. Lots of leather, brass, copper, and glass.
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This was a commissioned work for a gentleman's daughter. He requested something using clockwork, but he wanted to know if I could feature 'internal movement', like smaller things that move within a framework of some sort.
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Finally finished my Steam-Hammer and managed to take some pictures of it.

The hammer's head consists of industrial manufactured piping-parts (as you may assume by my 3D-concept I will exchange the valve-handle as this one is made out of green plastic - I want a metal one).

The tube is made out of plexi-glass as I thought actual glass would be too fragile for a hammer. Filled it again with candle-gel (I managed to enhance the colour by adding resin-pigments). The hilt is leather-wrapped.

If you want to know anything else, just ask (although it may take me a while to answer).

by Matthias
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White Rabbit Steampunk Clockwork Gears Pendant Necklace

Find it here: [link]

Are you late? Late, for a very important date??

This necklace is packed with fanciful storybook imagery. Like a dreamy vision of a white rabbit, this pendant necklace is straight out of the depths of imagination. Hung from a vintage industrial style dark silver metal chain, this cameo pendant features a lithograph style image of the rabbit from Alice in Wonderland. The pendant is framed with an ornate metal frame adorned with numerous tiny metal clock gears.
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One of my companions is Captain Befu. She runs an organization called The Steamrats, and she often watches over my secret affairs while I am out dimension hopping.

Recently, she found this old cannon on one of her own adventures, and so she came to me to see if I could help her build a new mount for it on her arm. Cleary, I was unable to do that.

Seriously though, she helped with making this, so its a collaboration of sorts. I showed her how to sew the faux leather into shape and so she did that part of it, as well as providing the cannon which was the idea for the whole thing.

I will get a picture of her with this on in one of her outfits soon so you can see how it looks all together.
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Another reconstructed piece from watch parts! I'm going to put this pendant on a nice chain, or something.

Available on my Etsy: [link]
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This is a robot. It's made of pieces of origami animals (It's cruel, I know), a partial pinwheels and other things. One thing I couldn't show you about this is that part of it transforms (the pinwheel part) which is on the shoulders. It's kind of like.. when it's going to fly.. or something.. haha it's hard to explain.. :paranoid: (actual paper robot does not fly). I didn't really have time to set up a nice cool looking environment for it to stand in.. also, the robot is broken and unfinished. Part of the left side of the head is missing, the whole right arm is missing, and it's wobbley. I'm actually surprised that it stood for so long while I took pictures. Oh yea, and the lining of details is also incomplete. Hmm... don't know what to say.. lots of ideas for a new one are flowing into my head right now.. but it's too bad that I don't have time to make another one :(

This design was inspired by a gear(giant robot), named El Fenrir, from the game Xenogears.

*Edit*
Also see the robot in a different light.
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Borders + text in Photoshop.
Folded using white computer paper, green [craft?] paper and {black, red, and gold} origami paper. Lined with a black rollerball. Stuck together with stick glue.
Photography, design, and robot is me. This piece or any part of it is not to be used without my permission.
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This is a Steampunk (Neo-Victorian) modification of a CD player. There is a video of the device in action at You Tube at

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Today I felt like dressing up XD So I combined two great loves (not that this hasn't been done before) but I also wanted to show off my most recent skirt! It's pink and Mint green stripes <3 <3 <3 I LOVE IT~!I made it to match that umbrella.

So I give you. . . Steampunk lolita: attempt 1~!
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