Category Archives: Metal Scrap
Steampunk Recycling Artist Born and raised in the Spokane Valley, I now live in Spirit Lake and I spend my time roaming around Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho gathering up OTHER PEOPLE’S JUNK and recycling it into useful and sometimes tasteful pieces … Continue reading →
So, as any good steampunk devote, I started out by purchasing some goggles. I got a pair I love (thanks eBay!), but something occurred to me: being basically blind without my glasses, I could never wear them on my eyes. … Continue reading →
I was asked by my wife to make a credible steampunk fan. We decided to make it out of brass sheet with a gear train pattern etched onto the front side. Now, I must admit, these gears are purely decorative, … Continue reading →
When it came time to change out the light switch plates, I thought I’d make a few in the Steampunk style. See the process, pretty simple actually.
Here is a sample of the scrap brass needed to build Steampunk art pieces from scratch using nothing but recycled materials. These brass materials were all collected during one summer going to garage, yard, and estate sales. Much of this … Continue reading →