swiss arms: this is the prosthetic combat arm used by Bjorn "swiss" hauptmann in the story "flight of the valkyrie" by sjbonnar. its been a WiP for bloody ages, but i finally got it to a level im happy with, its made from metal and plastic and im quite pleasd with the outcome. on the under/back side of it theres a pipe sticking out which screws onto a braded hose which attaches to my boiler, which should be 100% complete by the weekend (hopefully) stay tuned and thanks for viewing.
I still need buckles for it and ONE LABEL on the side. but otherwise I'm done! this is my steampunk sketchbook of win. It took a total of around 50 god damn hours of work. It's hand stitched and bound in black fake leather, with hand painted gear graphics and copper plate/painted tack (lol) detailing.
The front has two wire mesh and muslin fabric pockets: one for an ID and the other for notes. There are two leather straps with five eyelets each that will hopefully soon get buckles to close with.
The inside has a binder strip to replace paper and may or may not feature another pocket at one point or another. The front inside panel contains a mini button-strapped sketch pad for small notes and cards, copper plated pencil and conte crayon holders with leather flaps to keep everything in place, a clock and a working bendy light.
And here we are- the final version of the Project Stark work I've been doing over the last few months- for fans of the original deviation ( [link] ), you can see the changes, like the addition of the power conduit, chest reactor, and goggles.
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.
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).