Tag Archives: Metal Recycling
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 →
Not long ago, I timidly stepped into the alternate world of Victorian Steam. My only thought was to become a mechanic; a primocoggler to be exact. However, what I have discovered has been superbly exhilarating beyond my wildest fantasies: THE … Continue reading →
Eight steps to create this nice steampunk necklace and pendant. I am going to try it. Continue ….
Truly amazing steampunk work, for those of you that have not seen this yet, it is a must see! Continue …
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.