cinderellainrubbershoes:

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bad, bad Snow White. :/

cinderellainrubbershoes:

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bad, bad Snow White. :/


charlietonic:

Who is this wonderful individual and why is she such an amazing individual to know?  Find out this Wednesday on the Charlie Tonic Hour (www.charlietonic.com)!

charlietonic:

Who is this wonderful individual and why is she such an amazing individual to know?  Find out this Wednesday on the Charlie Tonic Hour (www.charlietonic.com)!

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Aloysius Fox Stikes Again! 

Aloysius Fox Stikes Again! 


stonewords:

Finished! The Steampunk Boozetrunk I’ve been working on. Bottles are vintage, found at various second-hand stores. Labels were printed and altered with hand drawn embellishments & tea stains. Interior is decoupaged with tea stained sheet music. Exterior is decoupaged with pages from Alice in Wonderland, ticket stubs, & a vintage postcard. I added disassembled clock parts and bejeweled the gears, tea stained canvas ribbon and suede cord trim, upholstery tacks, and finally a studded leather belt to reinforce the closure. 

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thegrammarnazi:


STOP CLUBBING BABY SEALS.
STOP CLUBBING, BABY SEALS.

Commas matter!

thegrammarnazi:

STOP CLUBBING BABY SEALS.

STOP CLUBBING, BABY SEALS.

Commas matter!




tampasteampunk:

aidanrae:

Just realised I never got around to posting any photos of my nerfpunk costume from Steamcon here in Seattle way back in October. I’m very good at keeping up with things that relate to myself and only myself, aren’t I?

the intent behind nerfpunk, in case you haven’t been following along or just plain forgot cuz it’s been months (that’s more likely i’m sure), is to flip around the expectations of steampunk. A “typical” steampunk garment utilizes a weapon that they assemble to match the costume; typically, this is a nerf gun. The idea of nerfpunk was to reverse it - pick the gun and make the costume match it. That means no modding of the gun was allowed!  I kind of cheated, in that I waited until they released their new little discs because I liked the colour scheme better… but it’s still heinously garish.

things i like:
• the sleeves. i spent most of my time on them (even more than the corset, which is kind of tragic really) because I wanted them to have a stupid number of layers. friendly mockery ;)
• the idea of the vinyl gun holster. it was made like 20 minutes before we hopped on the bus to the hotel so it’s not stable and I’d like to expand on it further.

I have some in progress shots that I’ll post after this. Mostly this costume was, unfortunately, more of an afterthought than I really wanted. I had way too many other costumes to prioritize (in that they were being made for a)children and b)people that are not myself), which left me little more than a week or so to create something from the sketches I’d been working on for months. I’d really like to go back into this costume with the intent to make it more than just some piecemeal assembly of ideas, but you know. when have i ever done that?

(the other nerfpunker in the photos is my friend Melinda! she makes amazing costumes AND she won an award for this one in the bathing suit contest!)

nerfpunk is badass. So making an outfit one day.

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