Steampunk cats

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Steampunk Cat

When I researched and collected the images for the steampunk memes article, I looked at non-steampunk memes (in the name of research, dear boy) and noticed that a lot of them use cat pictures. There’s also a current trend of referring to the internet as a place for people to watch endless cat videos. I decided to look at steampunk cats and see if I could collect a few pictures here to display. I was simply overwhelmed with the amount of them, so I’ve had to limit the amount to my favourites while showing a delicate balance. Continue reading “Steampunk cats”

Cabaret at Secrets of the Boudoir

Secrets of the Boudoir Burlesque 6th Birthday party Review

Tahlullah Manhattan at Secrets of the Boudoir
Tahlullah Manhattan hides in Ostrich feathers

Sheffield‘s most popular burlesque event celebrated it’s 6th anniversary last night and I went along on behalf of the Journal. The event has been brought from the ground up to be a very popular night of cabaret, burlesque dancing, striptease and comedy. Compered by Warren Peace, Secrets of the Boudoir is the brainchild of burlesque performer Deadly Nightshade.

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Poll: Operation Steelpunk! Should the wood stay or go?

Hello chaps, I’ve been sent a couple of photographs of the goggles nearing completion. After the broken fork prong disaster, I managed to get some replacement forks for the arms. I’ve been asked if I like the wood on them and I’m not sure. What do you think?   Related articles Operation Steelpunk! Part One Operation Steelpunk! Part three Operation Steelpunk! Part four Continue reading Poll: Operation Steelpunk! Should the wood stay or go?

Operation Steelpunk! Part three

Operation Steelpunk! Image 9
Steel goggles dynamic view

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.

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