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Dr. Sebastian Von Pendulcog
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SouthernGothic replied to Dr. Sebastian Von Pendulcog's discussion Pocket Watch Curiosities
"Much obliged sir."
Mar 31
Prof. Sebastian Fate replied to Dr. Sebastian Von Pendulcog's discussion Pocket Watch Curiosities
" Great looking watch , SouthernGothic . "
Mar 31
SouthernGothic replied to Dr. Sebastian Von Pendulcog's discussion Pocket Watch Curiosities
"I have no issues with mixing metal colors in a single use if done with the greatest of restraint.For myself, I prefer silver and own no gold. My daily watch is a Graves hallmarked 1899.  It is impressively accurate and delightfully time worn…"
Mar 31
Prof. Sebastian Fate replied to Dr. Sebastian Von Pendulcog's discussion Pocket Watch Curiosities
" To each his own . It is the chain that is most visible . Silver or gold depends on the outfit . "
Mar 29
Maxwell Grantly replied to Dr. Sebastian Von Pendulcog's discussion Pocket Watch Curiosities
"I also have two pocket watches: one silver and one gold. The silver one was passed on to me by my late grandfather and it no longer works. However, I have kept it as I do think that it looks beautiful. The gold one is one that I bought recently from…"
Mar 29
Kalu Charan replied to Dr. Sebastian Von Pendulcog's discussion Pocket Watch Curiosities
"Victorian Web pocket watch is my favorite one although gold color pocket is also cool.It has pierced in a gorgeous see-through spider web which I love the most."
Mar 10
Prof. Sebastian Fate replied to Dr. Sebastian Von Pendulcog's discussion Pocket Watch Curiosities
"I did notice a reference to size . My Edwardian double hunter would be a hefty lump to tote on a wrist . The two modern French ' skeletons ' might fit better . The 1897 Queen Victoria commemorative is probably a woman's watch anyway…"
Mar 9
Commodore Campbell replied to Dr. Sebastian Von Pendulcog's discussion Pocket Watch Curiosities
"There may be times when a lack of sufficient pockets and/or time may make readier access to one's portable Instruments desireable; that's how wrist watches came about in the first place. Besides, I see lots of people wearing elaborate…"
Mar 9
Prof. Sebastian Fate replied to Dr. Sebastian Von Pendulcog's discussion Pocket Watch Curiosities
" Interesting although I think the pocket watch belongs in a vest pocket . "
Mar 9
Commodore Campbell replied to Dr. Sebastian Von Pendulcog's discussion Pocket Watch Curiosities
"This is something I ran across by accident; it's a bit pricey, but has possibilities for those who want to incorporate a pocketwatch, or pocketwatch-like instrument, into an outfit without finding a custom leatherworker (unfortunately, the…"
Mar 9
Sgt. Tunney left a comment for Dr. Sebastian Von Pendulcog
"Thank you!"
Feb 4
Mrs Ernestine Ormscliffe left a comment for Dr. Sebastian Von Pendulcog
""Thanks for the friend request....helloooo from Ormscliffe!""
Feb 4
Mrs Ernestine Ormscliffe and Dr. Sebastian Von Pendulcog are now friends
Feb 4
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Sep 10, 2014
Kyth Fish replied to Dr. Sebastian Von Pendulcog's discussion Pocket Watch Curiosities
"My new pocket watch is a gold tone Elgin. Somehow it makes me really happy to know it was made in the city that I now live in. I simply adore the it."
Feb 15, 2014
Captain replied to Dr. Sebastian Von Pendulcog's discussion Pocket Watch Curiosities
"http://www.geekalerts.com/sherlock-holmes-spy-pocket-watch/ A "spy video camera" pocket watch is apparently available starting at about $36.00.  Sort of an update of an old idea: Also, although they are less steamy or at least…"
Dec 16, 2013

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Introduction
Currently, I am an aspiring mad scientist, although, I believe my usual disposition wont allow me to become entirely mad...more likely will be severly agitated but not quite mad.

I have built a little of a backstory around my persona that is hinged on a project that is currently in the works. As I work on the project and backstory, I will update.

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Clarification and the Beginnings of War (The Story of Dr. Sebastian Von Pendulcog Part 8)

Posted on May 6, 2013 at 7:02pm 0 Comments

At this point, I feel it important to remind my readers the reasons for the omission of certain names opposed to the inclusion of others. During my time in the employ of the Military, I made quite a few friends and enemies. However, the means by which I left my employ have left myself in considerable amount of danger. This is why I do not include my original name in any of these writings.

I do not mention the names of friends who are still living for their safety. I am still in contact…

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Return to the Shipyards (The Story of Dr. Sebastian Von Pendulcog Part 7)

Posted on April 22, 2013 at 6:21pm 0 Comments

Although I had been to the ship yards many times previously, I found myself in awe of them for perhaps the first time. I could tell the Doctor was likewise amazed. The ship yards were, for the most part, hidden from the rest of the city. A large wall had been erected around them as a form of controlling entrance. By what the soldier had told us, it also seemed as though some control had been placed on exiting as well.

The wall stood some ten stories tall and was a constant project.…

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The Good Doctor's Help and the Oncoming War (The Story of Dr. Sebastian Von Pendulcog Part 6)

Posted on March 22, 2013 at 8:43pm 1 Comment

We set to the task of creating the charging station and contact plates with a powerful motivation. The good doctor’s expertise was far from the electronic or mechanical, but his eagerness to learn fueled him. The length of time that it took to create the items was filled with conversation. We would discuss the task at hand, then the possible implications it could create for the medical world, then our own lives, back to the task at hand and so on. We were so consumed by our work that…

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Success, Failures and more Plans (The Story of Dr. Sebastian Von Pendulcog Part 5)

Posted on March 7, 2013 at 11:10pm 0 Comments

I was busy reveling in the excitement of my invention. I strolled through the town, not oblivious of the looks I was getting, but certainly not caring. A few children came to me, I assume to ask of the device on my face, but concerned mothers held them back.

I walked with my head high and a huge smile on my face. I began to test the capabilities of my new eye. I needed to know that it was as capable as the one it replaced. I made my way to a local hardware store and glanced over the…

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At 9:21pm on February 4, 2015, Sgt. Tunney said…

Thank you!

At 12:41pm on February 4, 2015, Mrs Ernestine Ormscliffe said…

"Thanks for the friend request....helloooo from Ormscliffe!"

At 4:11pm on August 22, 2013, SteampunkTimelord said…

Good evening my fine fellow, I would like to take a moment to thank you for greeting me when i joined this community. I am astounded by its many members the thoughts they do share, including yourself, who have also contributed greatly. Please continue to in your works, good doctor, and thank you!

~ SteampunkTimelord

At 9:27pm on August 14, 2013, Nicci T. said…

Hi, I just want to thank you for inspiring me to jump onto the welcome wagon and greet the newcomers here.

At 10:13am on August 11, 2013, Kelly Devine said…

Thankyou.

At 1:49pm on June 28, 2013, Doc Michaels said…

Dr. Sebastion Von P.

Good afternoon to you sir. I didn't want you to be offended I did not get back with you sooner, but I have to admit, I have quickly found that this genre goes in as many directions as a compass has degrees. And I checked out your site and found it fascinating. There certainly does not seem to be a shortage of creativity in Steampunk. I love it! 

I really applaud whoever has done the web design on this site and marvel on it even having a current running list of Steampunk items available on ebay, over on the right hand side. And I did check the selections available yesterday and sure enough, I found a number of items that will become something different than their original purpose. 

So again, thank you for your part of the Steampunk Empire and I look forward to a wonderfully diverse and creative universe offered within the genre. 

Yours;

Doc Michaels

At 1:13pm on June 27, 2013, Katt Embody said…

Thank you Sir for the welcome greeting. I wish you a wonderous week :-)

At 7:11pm on June 26, 2013, Kimberly Grey said…

Thank you so much! 

At 9:43am on June 25, 2013, William Paul Edmunds said…

Thank you DR for  the welcome.

                            sincerely

                      W Paul Edmunds

At 8:45am on June 24, 2013, Bev Sotile said…

Thank you!

Dr. Sebastian Von Pendulcog's Discussions

Leather Christmas Stocking

Started this discussion. Last reply by Dr. Sebastian Von Pendulcog Nov 14, 2013. 2 Replies

Greetings all. It has been…Continue

Selling Artwork in Texas...HELP!

Started May 6, 2013 0 Replies

I have previously mentioned in a few posts on here that I am selling the artwork of my deceased Grandmother, per her wishes. However, I am finding a great deal of difficulty selling. I have an Etsy…Continue

Video Game Console Case Mods

Started Mar 11, 2013 0 Replies

I have been thinking about doing some case mods on all my consoles. I have a PS3 a Wii and an X-Box 360.The X-Box is a special edition Star Wars one (looks like R2-D2, makes R2-D2 sounds when you hit…Continue

Steampunk Letters

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ms. Jasmine Blanche Mar 11, 2013. 5 Replies

Odd question, but first some background.I am considering renting out a studio in a local art community. I will be using the studio to 1) house my grandmother's art while trying to sell it [want to…Continue

 
 
 

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