Steampunk Style Kilt Steampunk Kilt is a style that, over recent years, has gained incredible popularity. It has its roots in Victorian science fiction, and the entire aesthetic of the style of dress is based on this question: how would the world have looked, dressed and functioned had the technical revolution come about a little sooner and revolved around steam power?
I'm not new to steampunk, although I haven't made any projects yet I am planning one soon, I have been looking at this site for a while although I just now made an account (my username is my steamsona's name not me)
My name is John, so happy to find that steampunk is alive and kicking on the internet! Recently me and the team I'm consulting for released a mobile game for Android and iOS, it is a steampunk themed, post-apocalyptic, airship battle game. Right now it's on beta and I'd love to get your feedback, and any kind of input for anything you'd like to see added in the game. There is no monetization implemented yet, so everyone can test the game in it's very basic form. More info on our website: Exil...
Greetings fellow steampunks! Last month I attended the awesome Watch City Festival in Waltham, Mass, and in October I'll be at the Jewelry City Steampunk Festival in Attleboro, Mass. These are the only steampunk events I attended last year as well, but this year I'd love to branch out and attend more (vacation days/budget permitting).
Greetings, ladies and gentlemen! I'm happy to invite you to test my latest steampunk creation: the Underwater world of Steampunk Idle Spinner game. This is the fifth world of the game and it was the most requested addition according to the poll, which was run in the Steampunk Idle Spinner community on facebook.
Hi everyone, my name is James I'm a civil war reenactor (known as DeadEye by my friends so I guess that can be my SteamPunk character as well). However, I went to the ECCC 2018 yesterday and was blown away by the steampunk presence and instantly fell in love, especially since one was chatting with me about history which I'm a huge fan of. I want to know how to start this new adventure/hobby in my life, I have a couple of friends who have been doing Steampunk for years, though I want a second ...
I was searching for a project that my friend Pat (an expert woodworker) could do while the surgery on his right elbow heals.
So then, I come back to this thread at least once a week, but hardly ever see something new. Are we gone? What has happened to this section of WonderHowTo? I know that we all have lives outside of the internet... well you guys might, but I just want to know: Are we all leaving now? I miss you guys, please come home to us!
What works of steampunk genre are most realistic, this means they portray steam powered technology that is practical and can be built in 19th century conditions?
Forum Thread: How to Find Authentic Armour Helmets Images for Replicating Them for LARP & Reenactments
We are a group of metal smiths and love to replicate finest antique armour helmets with details. We need to find rare images of historically accurate armor helmets and other metal items for recreating them.
I really like this site. Being a newbie, I apologize if the following has already been addressed.
Steampunks don't always walk around wearing their full Steampunk finery, so how can you tell whether someone is a Steampunk or not? Here's a tongue-in-cheek (and yet 100% true!) guide to help you determine whether someone you know is a Steampunk.
Hi all! It's so quiet here. I just wanted to share this calendar of steampunk events for the upcoming year: http://www.steampunkfashionguide.com/p/2017-event-calendar.html
i am doing a lot of reading with regards to steampunk. i was in whitby last weekend and saw some steampunk people. and i thought oh my i really like that. so i am a very very new steampunk convert. i was a massive fan of the wild wild west back in the day, and wondered if its possible to be a gunslinger steampunk? any help you guys could give me with regards to costuning ect would be a great help.
found this awesome site and hoped to share what we do here in Palmerston North
Hi guys! I recently joined Steampunk R&D and it seems like the website has many cool pages. It looks like I'll learn quite a bit about steampunk here. I'm a steampunk author who would like to meet other science fiction fans. My book series is called The Post-Apocalyptic Society and the first installment was released this year. I'm going to check out Steampunk R&D some more and I'm sure this will be an interesting experience.
A Traveling Dime Museum of Dr. Gulkoff (a distributor of therapeutic tonics and a printer of pleasing paraphernalia) welcomes visitors and voyeurs since MMXVI.
I get into conversations about this all the time at conventions when I give panels on Steampunk, so I thought it was time I made this argument in a place where people can read my carefully laid-out thoughts rather than having to listen to me hem and haw and say things like "well..."
There are a lot of different types of Steampunks, and I'm not talking about character archetypes like the mad scientist, air pirate, etc. I mean that within the Steampunk community, you find a variety of different people who all seem to fit into categories that we see all the time. A lot of those categories are annoying, especially when you see them over and over again.
I've been a fan of Steampunk for awhile now, but I haven't really gotten in to it. That is, before I discovered this page! I've been having an absolute blast browsing the pages here. The things I love most about Steampunk are the Blimps, the Guns, the Technology, and Bioshock Infinite. I sort of like finding cool blueprints on Google Images and hanging the up on a pin-board in my room. I really enjoy making my Nerf Guns Steampunk, and impressing my friends with them. Anyway, I guess that's it...
Hi friends, I build a steampunk theme online store which sells some DIY materials, such like gears, old watch movement etc, the problem is I didn't find similar online shop so I don't know if my products are too expensive, I want to sell them at a competitive price, so can you have a look at them and tell me do think if they are expensive?(compared with other shop both online/offline), Great thanks to you. link Below Steampunk DIY Materials, gadgets, parts, gears.
Im designing my own steampunk costume and I'm not sure if I can use suede that I bought on sale from an upholstery warehouse. I also have suede leather which is definitely different. Im just not sure what fabrics are most authentic to use for this.
Question, my science class is going to make a radio.
Greetings, I would like to get some feedback on my latest Steampunk art projects.
Good Morning Everyone, I'm relatively new to the world of Steampunk as I've only just started really researching and reading up in the genre a couple of years ago. Then, as luck or other happenstance would have it, I got picked up by a publisher who just released my first book.
so here is my first go at making some steampunk stuff, bought it for £3 off ebay, started black and boring, ainted with copper modleing paint then gold gilding wax.
Hello! My name is Nadia Wolfbane and I am very new to this style. I've read books and such but can't seem to get my ideas to come to life. Halloween is rapidly approaching and my daughter suggested finally doing a steampunk costume. I do not have one however and need help on how to make these pieces I already have work. I hope y'all can help me! I also hope this link works as this is not letting me add a photo from my phone...?? Flickr - Photo Sharing!.
First of all I would like to introduce myself. My name is Alexandr and I am happy to join the Steampunk community.
Any idea where to get small plasma discs from? ( 3cm to 5 cm across)
I had attend many Steampunk faires and best part of these Steampunk Faires is to see unique costumes and ideas. I like few Women's Steampunk Costumes and tried to collect them. Steampunk costumes | Steampunk Clothing | Medieval Clothing.
Hello to all fellow steampunks, I'm a long time lover of all things steam and old school mechanical technology related and the golden era of that technology. I intend to be pottering around and picking up a few ideas off posts before I can finally afford to do something (curse the hell known as university student budget), but I do have a question that is pretty important to me. Has anyone ever actually made functional steampunk tech? I have some basic concepts on steampunk tech that includes ...
I am probably one of those who have less time into the Steampunk scene, especially compared to writers of the genre, event promoters, artists, creators, and analysts who write on their blogs. I am part of that big number of persons brought by the emerging wave of the last 6 years; actually I have just about two years and a half reading and learning about Steampunk. But you can’t blame me for “being late”.
I recently wrote an article about why Steampunk should be defined, and it engendered much discussion. I'm glad it did, because discussion is often the path to both change and understanding. However, I saw a lot of people talking about things that struck me as, if not outright misunderstandings, then at least as thoughts that were outdated.
I Am Going to Participate in an Steampunk Faire in April and Planning to Wear Archangel Costume but not able to decide what weapons or props I can use, any creative suggestions are welcome.
Salutations, Steampunks! Welcome to the newest Steampunk community on the web, Steampunk Research & Development, or Steampunk R&D for short. This online assemblage is based specifically around Steampunk how-to projects, and we're quite possibly the first Steampunk community to do so.
My apologies for my first post being a Kickstarter project, but our new non-collectible card game, Rocket Race, has been designed with the steampunk community firmly in mind.