The Steampunk Empire

The Crossroads of the Aether

Pierre Foisy
  • Male
  • Montreal
  • Canada
Share on Facebook

Pierre Foisy's Friends

  • Raven's Nest
  • Elias Joynes
  • Raulyn D Nutly
  • Mr. Harry Sayle
  • Michelle Murray
  • Daniel Proulx
  • Jim Sawyer
  • Catherine Scholz
  • Dr Bones
  • Nivatima AhlaSteam
  • Jim Bruton
  • Jaylee A. Faulkes
  • Brigid Ashwood
  • Veronique Chevalier

Pierre Foisy's Discussions

Regarding the winning pin.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Aric Jorn Mar 15, 2011. 24 Replies

Congrats to the winning design in the pin contest. Voted for #3 even though #1 were my designs. May I humbly suggest that all 4 runner-ups receive a free pin? Maybe it's not fair to the winning…Continue

Tags: winning, cog, steam, pin

Gifts Received


Pierre Foisy has not received any gifts yet

Give a Gift


Pierre Foisy's Page

Profile Information

I'm an artist and love all that is Steampunk. Would like to incorporate more in future paintings or photographs that I do.

Pierre Foisy's Photos

  • Add Photos
  • View All

Comment Wall (6 comments)

You need to be a member of The Steampunk Empire to add comments!

Join The Steampunk Empire

At 10:03am on June 28, 2011, Jolly Roger said…
A very merry birthday to you sir;)
At 1:25pm on February 22, 2011, Mr. Harry Sayle said…
I've been designing pins for many years.  The pieces are all adhered with E-6000 glue.  It's a thick adhesive that dries clear.  It's a staple for jewelry designers that do "layering" or collage type designing.  E-6000 works on metals, plastics, glass, etc.  It dries pretty fast. But, I make sure that it dries 24 hours.  But, when doing layers I make sure to wait until pieces dry a few minutes before attaching another item on top of it.  I wait until it "sets" up a bit so my pieces do not slip off during the "wet" stage of gluing.  It's good to have an electric fan, and I usually have several pieces in several drying stages while I'm designing/gluing.  I don't do any metal sodering work at all.  When the pieces are completely dry they are very strong and sturdy...I test them!  Also, the glue is pliable so things don't snap off.  Have you tried E-6000 glue? You can find them at any craft store or craft section at Walmart.
At 11:34am on February 22, 2011, Mr. Harry Sayle said…

Thanks for adding me as a friend! And thanks for checking out my Etsy page. I'm honored that you put my shop as one of your "favorites".  I'm always updating the shop and putting up new designs.  Many thanks!

At 5:34pm on December 1, 2010, Nivatima AhlaSteam said…
Thank you very much for your kind words.
At 12:40pm on November 12, 2010, Sunny "Lucinda Hammerman" said…
I just wanted you to know I loved your ideas for the pin contest.
At 3:00pm on October 22, 2010, Veronique Chevalier said…

eSTEAMed Greetings Monsieur Pierre!

I am most honoured to be your new 'fiend' in this Cyberian Realm!

Vous are also cordially invited to join my Fan(g) Group - Veronique Chevalier, Mad Sonictist - here on the Empire, where your membership shall be "soundly" rewarded!

© 2017   Created by Hephzibah Marsh.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service