this is my finished gun. it started as a nerf firefly. i took the gun apart, made some internal modifications, painted EVERYTHING and put it all back together.
*this pic was taken a few days after halloween. originally, it had many glow sticks in each fuel cell. unfortunately, they all died and i did not have enough to refill them for these pics. trust me, they looked even better for the big night.
UPDATE: this item has been sold! i have received a lot of interest in my guns, as of late and i am very thankful for all the feedback. if you are interested in purchasing a custom modification (gun or otherwise) let me know! no request will go unconsidered!
Whew, it's finally finished. In the pic, you can see the initial design rendering, and the saber itself once I built it. My wife actually helped design it, and all the building and wiring was done by myself. The blade is beautiful when lit, and these pics don't do it much justice.
Anyway, there's no photoshopping done on these pics.
This is a photograph of some of the gear for my steampunk skypirate, Vincent Mycroft Dantes, Esq., Captain of the H.M.S. Amaranth.
My Hephaestus Steam Cannon in its holster with the Aether gauge for my generator backpack (not shown). I made the Cannon by bolting a bunch of brass lamp parts to the grip of a Colt .45 Griswold replica. Machining all of the pieces to fit and assembling the whole contraption was a full day of work.
I threw in the Lady Hellfire pistol, which belongs to my good friend Mr. Cookus of Promethium Metalworks, because I had room on the couch and it is supremely awesome.
A Mantis made completely of watch parts. The body is made with stems, spring bars, and a balance stem. Legs are made with watch stems. Front legs contain cut brass gears as grippers. Head is an escapement holder that has been bent to accept the eyes, which are winding stems ends that have been sanded down. The wings are made of watch faces that have been cut and bent into wing shapes.
You are looking at Mechanical Memory Key Number 21
I have finished the wood in a new glossy style, leaving it more durable but also silky to the touch.
The key has been made from the ground up, using the highest quality 16GB flash memory, housed in a hand carved Hyedua chassis. All watch movements have been hand chosen and constructed to form a brand new movement. It features a brass face plate for the usb connector and a brass inlay near the key chain hole. All the watch parts have come from damaged or irreparable pocket watch's that have been hand disassembled and then combined to create a true, miniature work of art.
It comes complete with a wooden lid and pocket watch chain. When plugged in the key glow red underneath the gears.
This item was made on commission basis so it not for sale