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I have alot of steampunk drawings, but very few that have never been posted before.
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I guess that's a good effort, but your pieces look jumbled and they don't make any sense. I can't make out what it is or what it's supposed to do.
Better luck next time.
At 10/24/08 05:16 AM, ArthurGhostly wrote:At 10/24/08 04:25 AM, Giggans wrote: inspired by Richard Trievethick's very first locomotive and Abe. Lincoln himself... XDThis one has real character!
I love it. :D
thank you so much for loving it! XD
and heres a doodle i made long ago
At 7/3/08 12:14 PM, Jeinu wrote: ok well, this doesn't have any machinery in here (save the gears in the background), but it was inspired after I saw a bunch of steampunk style on the internet.one of my few polished pieces : D
yeah this is great, remeber kids. Steampunk isn't just about robots. It's about a technology contraption/low tech victorian era setting. It centers around what would happen if the industrial revoultion stayed in the realm of steam and advanced that way.
READ: steampunk is just chic victorian era. MORE HALF MAN HALF ROBOTS/ ORGANICS PLEASE :D
At 10/25/08 08:00 PM, Undertone wrote:At 10/25/08 12:35 AM, Giggans wrote: hows this?Everyone loves mecha pirates, neat, but kinda hard to make out, (like I can talk).
Havn't been looking at Fallout 3 trailers have you Comrade?
No actually, why do they resemble this? I just sorta threw this down in class on the back of a flier.
At 10/25/08 08:30 PM, Comrade-K-rad wrote: No actually, why do they resemble this? I just sorta threw this down in class on the back of a flier.
Yeah, it's all post-apocalyptic ray guns and nuke catapaults, kinda like soviet radiation suits with extra plumbing.
if you guys are really interested in all this business you should try to read Steampunk: Manimatron and it's contuation Drama Obscura. THEY STARTED IT AAAAAALLLLL and they're exellent books.
At 10/26/08 11:40 AM, HahaBears wrote: if you guys are really interested in all this business you should try to read Steampunk: Manimatron and it's contuation Drama Obscura. THEY STARTED IT AAAAAALLLLL and they're exellent books.
Not really, "The Time Machine" was written long before the word steampunk was even used, and it's considered a cornerstone of the genre.
At 10/27/08 01:50 AM, Kajenx wrote: Link!
It's a spring assisted pressure switch. It diverts steam pressure in a multiple boiler system (the numbers indicate the current valve being diverted). Did I totally make that up? Sure! But that's why Steampunk rocks! XD