Steampunk Miniatures Games - Part 1 - An Introduction. For many years the only game system I actually played was Games Workshops Warhammer 40K with the occasionally dalliance with other Games Workshop systems ...
Paveen “Beer” Chunhaswasdikul's unique, hand-hewn stoneware will be showcased at the 32nd annual Smithsonian Craft Show
As a former auto mechanic, it’d make sense that potter Paveen "Beer" Chunhaswasdikul's garage in Gadsden, Alabama, would be filled with relics from his past career. The room’s shelves are lined with metal cans, flame throwers and engines. But their metallic glint belies a surprising secret: Each object, from bolts to base, has been painstakingly fashioned from clay. And the garage, where the craftsman once tinkered with car innards, is now a ceramics studio. There, he spends his days hand-making “metalware” teapots and mugs that are just as much miniature pieces of art as they are eye-catching novelties.
Beginning February 22, 2014, the Disney Gallery at the Disneyland Resort will feature a new exhibit: "Mechanical Kingdoms - Steam Driven Visions of a Victorian Future" (Steampunk inspired "Mechanical Kingdoms" Disney Gallery exhibit opens today at...
Is the adventure over, now that Disney is co-opting Steampunk?
Purse: Ali Fateh; Model: Aamina Sheikh; Photo/makeup/styling: Maram & Aabroo. Steampunk is a unique, growing area of fashion that invokes images of a world where steam-powered technology rules and 19th century style mixes with goggles and gadgets.
Corsets, death rays, and top hats—oh my! Steampunk can revel in retrograde nostalgia but also disrupts ideas of masculine and feminine.
At a deeper level, steampunk unsettles. It’s not just that "masculine" and "feminine" categories are often mixed or violated. It’s also that the very ideas of masculinity, femininity, and normalcy draw attention to themselves in steampunk contexts and invite people to think, hmm, maybe that’s not an absolute. With Victorian and contemporary gender ideologies so visible in their world, steampunk texts can push readers to think more carefully and more creatively about all these "rules."
Telegraph.co.uk Sherlock facts: 21 things you didn't know Telegraph.co.uk K-pop pretty-boys SHINee paid tribute to the series with their 2012 hit Sherlock, and an accompanying video full of slightly suspect Holmes-ian references (violin, shabby...
Japan has a long tradition of Sherlock-influenced, copyright-avoiding manga or anime: Young Miss Holmes, a manga comic about Sherlock’s niece; Detective Hound, a canine anime series co-created by Studio Ghibli’s Hayao Miyazaki; the unrelated Detective Dog Sherdock, a comic in which the sleuth is reincarnated as a dog; and the Arthur Conan Doyle-inspired boy crime-solver Detective Conan, whose latest animated adventure trounced Keanu Reeves’s 47 Ronin at the Japanese box-office. But the BBC series recently received the ultimate accolade: completely faithful (ie, free of tentacled creatures and and robots) comic-book adaptations of the episodes A Study in Pink and The Blind Banker in Young Ace magazine.
Avatars, Steampunk, Roleplay & Machinima ...that's The NeoVictoria Project in a nutshell. We've produced a new public webpage for the project that aggregates much of our web-presence. Its using a tool called "Flavors" that makes aggregation easy.
Fish, fiends, and fantasy: the gothic art of Ian Miller The Verge Miller pulls inspiration from multiple sources, but one ongoing theme in his work is the merging of the natural world with strange mechanical contraptions — he has shown a surprising...
games.on.net Worms Creator's New Game Combines Lemmings, Sheep And Steampunk Kotaku Australia Team17 is known almost exclusively for its Worms series of games, so upon hearing that it has a new IP on the way can only be taken as good news.
One of the most popular genres of costuming at the moment is the rapidly growing Neo-Victorian movement which encompasses multiple genres, especially Steampunk. Steampunk has grown in the years since I discovered it ...
It's no accident steampunk has become so popular; here in the 21st century we're facing an information revolution, just as the 19th century struggled through the industrial revolution. The rise in wearables, Internet-connected ...
It is this license of creative freedom that makes steampunk such a tantalizing genre for writers, and such a rewarding and intriguing one for readers. Imagine worlds filled with outrageously crossbred contraptions, tied to epic adventures, laced with memorable stories of love. What more could a reader ask for, right?
There's this magnificent effort currently ongoing at Kickstarter, Steampunk World: A multicultural steampunk fiction anthology edited by Sarah Hans. Here's what is their main intent behind the creation of this fascinating ...
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