The Crossroads of the Aether
I have been out of my usual loops due to an epic cross country move back to Nashville, TN. Currently living in a dinky apartment till our CA house sells & we can get another workshop set up, so don't expect new projects for a while.
I am working on getting a new jewelry ales site up, however. Will post about that when I have more information.
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This event was Crazy, Sexy, Curious and Fun! Here are some snaps taken by my buddy Paul:http://grizardphotography.com
Paul is on your left, and the wide, greasy fellow with the oilcan on your…Continue
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In an Alternate Reality, history is remade.
A reality, lost by time, is in turmoil by war.
Far away from Earth, in a…Continue
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I very much love this idea that we have come to call Steampunk.
Because of it, I have taught myself a skill that normally I would have never acquired. I sew. By gadfrey, yes.. a MAN sews!
If fact, I love to sew so much that my time sewing rivals my time working on hotrods. Please see additional photos in my album.
I have sewn all of the clothes that you…
Bighead Scientists presents Matty's Rocket…
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Hi everyone! My name is Brigid Ashwood I'm an artist that is heavily influenced by the steampunk aesthetic.
You might have seen my art on t-shirts, as figurines or jewelry, in Weird Tales or Faerie Magazine, on the cover of Professor Elemental's album or seen me at Steampunk World's Fair or FaerieCon.
I'm delighted to make new friends, especially those into steampunk.
If you run a con or festival and would like to invite me as a guest or speaker, I'd be…Continue
Its all such a mess. I hardly know where to begin...
Tonight was a very distressing night in many ways. This morning Julien and Draven nearly came to blows because Julien destroyed one of the Armada's vessels. Julien left before anything too violent happened but it twisted my stomach in knots. I haven't been feeling well the last few days anyway and this did nothing to sooth me. Then this evening a dreadful fellow by the name of Sir. Jolly Joker showed up and began to…Continue
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As the phoenix rises from the ashes so I am rising from the rusty shards of an ancient world.
Added by Shawn "Rusty Ash" Dellinger on January 19, 2011 at 7:27pm — No Comments
And here is my lastest entry in the Steam Wench's Salon - Pimping the Parasol:
This entry describes how I took an old umbrella from the first picture below, to the latter two pictures.…Continue
I have heard a rumor that our Exhibition Ball is the only one that is currently offering formal dancing. Can this be true? In this last week before the ball I am teaching three classes so anyone who wants to dance can do so. There are last minute costuming things to do as well. I feel...as Bilboe Baggins once said, like butter spread over too much bread.
Do ya'll think I should start a new group for the quadrille here in the Empire? We have developed two new dances and we…Continue
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Hello! We're having some technical difficulties today, so hopefully this transmission will go through in one piece.
I am always behind on Second Life happenings, but they're having…Continue
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It has been a very big year for the Baroque genius Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio (1571–1610). An exhibition of some two dozen of his paintings, commemorating the 400th anniversary of his death, packed in the crowds at Rome's Quirinale last spring. News of the discovery of his bones in the Tuscan town of Porto Ercole, verified by DNA analysis, made headlines around the world. And at the annual convention of the College Art Association, University of Toronto art historian Philip Sohm, a…Continue
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I can honestly say that my experience here has been most magnificent. The people that I have met on the forums are rather well spoken, intelligent, friendly and polite. I am sure that some would take issue with that but all in all...
For me it is a case of what do get involved with, of what to dive into without looking or wonderfully overloading my plate and enjoying every second of it... call me eccentric but by Jove I love it!
My latest Blog Post - efforts at Steampunk Decorating
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January 17, 18XX
First Log of the HMS Stormdrifter
A curious thing to mention is the fact that, while a small and formidable crew, none of us feel the inclination of designating a Captain. Surely, as owner and proprietor of the vessel in question, one may assume such a title bestowed upon me. Such is not the case. Mr. Scott, a Yankee of noteworthy engineering skills serves well as pilot but seems to promote his American ideals of equality. Such ‘round-table’ politics…Continue
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