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Lawrence Larouche aka Prof. Wick
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I am the artistic director and lead magician for MAJINX which is a magic & illusion company. We are in the process of becoming totally steampunk. All our sets, props and costumes are being dipped into a big steaming pot of gears, rivets and other strange machinery all of which becomes part of a magical production which entertains families across the country. Our website is Check it out. We are looking forward to presenting our show at steampunk conventions around the world. We just have to figure out a way to transport our props at a reasonable cost. I think we need a blimp.
Hope to you meet some fellow steampunkers soon!

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At 11:46am on June 12, 2010, k u said…
:From The Morse Telegraph

**Begin Message**

Greetings and salutations from Arizona Lawrence! Come join us in taking over the town of Rusted Gear during their centennial celebration.

Tucson, Arizona - March 4-6, 2011

Link: Wild Wild West Con Steampunk Convention & Festival

Mad Scientist/Madman

**End Message June 7th, 1895**
At 10:03am on May 17, 2010, The Clockwork Dolls said…
Thank you Mr. Larouche we shall check out your website at once.
At 9:35am on May 15, 2010, Cmdr. "Whiskey Nick" Triton said…
Yeah, looking at the sets I thought that might be the problem but I thouhgt I'd suggest it anyway. The 3pc screens are a great way to take space with little mass. I know your production has more glitter than I am used to. I've always strived for realism in my creations and tend to want everything weathered and heavy looking. The Sacramento Stmpk Society is kicking around project ideas for a float or stage. I may get a chance to dig in there!
At 11:23pm on May 14, 2010, Cmdr. "Whiskey Nick" Triton said…
I make extensive use of foam core board and insulation foam in my 1/6th dioramas. I think the insulation foam (4' x 8' sheets of white foam) would add an extra 3D element with little weight. The hot wire foam cutter I use is awesome and great for 3D letters in signs or larger projects. I also use a soldering iron to sculpt the foam. Painting seems to be a problem as most spray paints melt the foam but i've found for my small projects I can massage fabric paint into the foam (usually matt black) and it creates a barrier that you can then use the spray paint. For the large pieces you require I don't know if that's practical.
At 3:47pm on May 14, 2010, Cmdr. "Whiskey Nick" Triton said…
I've always wanted to help in a stage production. I think i'd be good at backgrounds and props. I spent many years building 1/6th scale dioramas and I'm sure I could transform those skills to 1:1 projects. What are you using to make your 3d gears and gadgets??
At 9:34am on May 14, 2010, Lydia Fortner-Walker said…
Hello! I make some of my stuff, and acquire the rest!
; )
Your show sounds wonderful. If you are ever passing through the California Central Valley let me know, we'll set up an event!
At 4:05am on May 10, 2010, Patrick Sprague said…
Sir Larouche! I wish to extend a friendly "Welcome to The Empire"! to you and all yours!

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