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Added by Leslie Orton on September 29, 2014 at 3:07pm — No Comments
Once upon a time, last month, a group of young people went to dinner before attending their high school prom. Of course they all had their smart phones in hand and they were texting each other at the table. One of the young men realized, far too late, that he was a little short of funds. He…Continue
Added by Aidana WillowRaven on April 18, 2014 at 12:08pm — No Comments
My Favorite Steampunk Moving Pictures
Of course, I know what I consider to be Steampunk/Dieselpunk may not be by others, but I do know that The Wild, Wild West has been featured in a Steampunk book compendium. I also know that both Tai Chi movies are Asian Steampunk, in this case, Chinese. I highly recommend those on both the Animated and Live Action lists, though the two on my third list are maybes. I really love Edgar Rice Burroughs and have read all of the…
Added by Victorian Rose on March 30, 2014 at 9:30pm — No Comments
... About putting things on the interwebs....think, dear friends, before you touch that keyboard. Then stop and think again, before you hit that "send" icon. I say this in all seriousness, because as many celebrities have learned to their detriment, your words can come back to haunt you even decades…Continue
One of the things we love to do in my RP group are Themed Events!
Right now we are having a February themed RP called the Festival of Hearts.…Continue
Added by Caitlin Cockfoster on February 3, 2014 at 5:29pm — No Comments
Working on a Renaissance Steampunk (I've also heard clockpunk thrown around regarding Renaissance era) costume with a Doctor Who theme. For this, I'm not trying to do an incarnation of any of the doctors, but my own renegade Time Lord. At the moment, my biggest issue is just figuring out how to adequately combine renaissance and steampunk without going too heavy one way or the other. I -have- a Tudor style undergarment pattern, so my thoughts are to make the shift and corset with possibly a…Continue
Added by Antonio Garcia Hevia on November 5, 2013 at 9:22am — No Comments
Added by Antonio Garcia Hevia on October 29, 2013 at 10:31am — No Comments
London, England, White Chapel District
The lingering night seems to hold the sunrise at bay over the slumbering city of London. Fog shrouds the city in a wet cloak, seeming to stifle the life in the once-bustling metropolis. It swirls through the streets as if it were alive, curling down each and every ally, seeping along the ground, pooling near doors, sliding through open windows like a thief in the night. The smell of the Thames, of…Continue
Picture this scenario:
Thomas Edison and Alexander Graham Bell collaborating in creating the first functional answering machine some 80 years before it became commercially successful.
Both the telephone and the phonograph were invented within a year of each other (1876-1877), so the basic technology was established in the Victorian age, which we all crave. Edison later on even suggested that his phonograph could be used as an answering machine. However, back then there was no…Continue
Added by Peter Thayne Savee on June 26, 2013 at 4:00am — No Comments
So you have gathered all your costuming for a grand entrance into Steampunk Society and you are heading for the convention.There are some challenges to wearing steam punk style. This is especially true…Continue
We're Bournemouth University and Arts University Bournemouth Students producing a short 15-20minute sci-fi costume drama with influences of Steampunk and Cyberpunk.
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Our Website: http://revelationsthefilm.co.nr/
Added by Revelations The Film on May 21, 2013 at 6:00am — No Comments
For those of you of a certain age, Margaret (Roberts) Thatcher passed away 8 April 2013 and remains a well-known PM up there with Gladstone, Disraeli and others of the UK. In her way, she was steampunk in her anachronistic “modern” politics of looking forward and backward at the same time and even had a political term coined “Thatcherism”. I did a little reading and was surprised to find she was a research chemist before she was a barrister, and later turned to politics. She was truly a…Continue
Added by David Kujawa on March 10, 2013 at 3:20pm — No Comments