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The Steampunk Bible

The Steampunk Bible
A year ago, two writ­ers (Josué Ramos from Spain, and Negro Inmun­sapá from Mex­ico) had the idea to cre­ate the first Steam­punk anthol­ogy in Span­ish, writ­ten by peo­ple from Spain and Amer­ica. This con­cept then lead them to more ideas. One of them was the cre­ation of a col­lec­tion of books made to pro­mote these new writ­ers, an idea never seen before. Thus Planes B was born. It was offi­cially intro­duced at the recent EuroSteam­Con on Sep­tem­ber 28. We are glad to say that the vol­ume #1 is done!

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Steampunk CloseEnglish / Metric What size should I order? Most people find that our sizing runs generously. If you are undecided with which size to order, it is best to order the smaller size, or give us a call to assist you (1-800-452-5925). Brass Goggles: The lighter side of Steampunk Posted by proteus on December 23rd,2013 Two things I love in one photo: [via Brian Kesinger’s Tea Girls] Posted by proteus on October 17th,2013 A Steampunk Badminton tournament sounds like a fantastic idea. The 26 Best Online Stores for Steampunk Christmas Shopping The 26 Best Online Stores for Steampunk Christmas Shopping The holiday season is creeping up fast, and if you're shopping for a Steampunk, it could be almost impossible to find anything for them unless you know exactly where to look. Luckily for you, some of us have done all of the work you'll need. Whether you're Steampunk shopping for Christmas, Hanukkah, Chrismukkah (yes, that's real), Kwanzaa, or Festivus, you're sure to find something for that special lady or gentleman in your life by taking a stroll down this list!

A N A C H R O N A U T How to Order: View the log of previouly made falls. Single Falls Pigtail Falls Tabbed Falls Wearers Gallery Send an e-mail to detailing what you would like. Orders can often take time to get to, I will inform you as soon as I'm able to begin work on your order. Pricing: 7 Free Wooden Gear Clock Plans for You Eccentric, Masochist Woodworkers Ever since I had the pleasure of seeing Keith Chamber’s wooden gear clocks in person, I’ve been on the look out for more all wood clocks. See Wooden Gear Clocks by Keith Chambers >> I think wooden clocks are one of those dividing lines in woodworking… To have the aspiration to make a clock, entirely from wood, puts you in your own unique category. One well-known seller of wooden clock plans, Clayton Boyer, pitches his most-difficult plans like this: “Selling plans for the clocks on this page goes against my basic philosophy of trying to spread joy in the world through creative woodworking. However, I have come to the conclusion that I should not stand in the way of a woodworker’s desire for additional frustration in his/her life when they obviously want it so badly.” He won’t sell plans from his “Masochist’s Corner” unless you’ve built one of his simpler clocks first… and sent him photographic PROOF that you completed it. I love it.

Minutes at the Edge #8 - Things between the Stars Posted By Traveler on 14. April 2014 Ever since I was made aware of I have had an eye on the site. Design and Inspiration Blog Steampunk Games & Game Art Wednesday, July 21, 2010 13:27 For today’s entry, with Steampunk week taking off and providing mechanical and steampowered inspiration to anyone who finds themselves here, we will be looking at something a bit different. DIY Steampunk Gauges If you're building steampunk props for cosplay, gauges are a must-have. Unfortunately, vintage gauges (which look the most authentic) can be both hard to find and pretty darn expensive once you do track them down. So, John and I decided to make our own. Here's the secret: Steampunk Your Toy Guns – Tutorial! It’s time for a tutorial! Alisa and I need a lot of weapons for our Monster Hunters, but good looking weapons are hard to find. Both of us have been Steampunking our own toy guns, and now we’d like to show you how! Two mortar style rifles made from toy guns. Here are the tools we used on these guns:

Steampunk Leather Top Hat Tutorial I have received several requests for a tutorial on making my steampunk leather top hat, shown above, and so, here it is. The first drawing shows the three pattern pieces (not to scale). The wave on the bottom of the crown is what gives the brim its distinctive curve.