The goggle building has been going well. Hopefully you’ve been following Operation Steelpunk! and you’ve enjoyed watching them take their form. Continue reading “Operation Steelpunk! Part four”
A few weeks ago, I asked a friend of mine, who is more than capable in the art of metal fabrication and welding, to make me a pair of steampunk goggles made out of knives and forks to reflect the city in which I was born and raised. I’ve been posting updates showing the progress of the project and I was sent a number of updated pictures today.
I first saw this side-car on Facebook from a post by the facially elusive Captain Constance Bashford. It’s designed by Italian 3D artist Marco Furlanetto. His website is currently undergoing maintenance but I managed to harvest a few photographs from AutoEvolution and the article they covered on his work. Continue reading “Steampunk side-car”
I may as well admit it that I’m hopeless at making things. I’m not a steampunk inventor by all accounts. I am creative, though and when I discovered that Daniel, an old school friend of mine, makes things out of metal in his spare time, I asked him to make me some goggles that would reflect my Sheffield heritage. Continue reading “Operation Steelpunk! Part One”
If you’re on the lookout for a little side project when you have some spare time, you could always look at modifying a small item such as the humble USB stick. Everyone uses them and having a copper pipe sticking out of a computer looks great. The article I’ve linked to here shows exactly what to do with high quality photography and a list of materials and necessary tools. I like that this stick being demonstrated has pipes that stick out. It goes with practicality over the refined look of others and it makes for a refreshing change. The pipes … Continue reading My First Instructable by Daniel LeMath