Archive for September, 2010

Benitez Version

Campbell Version

Here’s a peek at the cover art for the official start of Lady Mechanika. It’s scheduled for a  December release. And I don’t even have issue zero yet. 😦


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More Steampunk Paper Art from Philip Valdez

Victorian Mech

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You generally don’t think of cardboard and paper as construction materials for steampunk props, brass and copper come to mind, but this guy made a mechanical arm out of just that. And if you like that check out his blog from more interesting projects. His masks are pretty awesome.

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The airship USS Los Angeles (ZR-3) flies over the southern tip of Manhattan. Built in 1923-1924 by the Zeppelin factory in Friedrichshafen, Germany, where it was originally designated LZ-126. The airship was given to the United States by the German Government, as it was partially funded by war reparations from World War I.

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It’s difficult to tell, because I don’t speak Russian, but according to the Google translation this is a brandy holder/mulling device complete with a cigar holder. (Original Post)

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Hot Air Engines

Want to see it in action? Watch the videos below.

Top: A 4 cylinder Stirling Engine driving a big flywheel.

Bottom: A 2 cylinder version driving a small generator.

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Steam powered Dalek. All CGI. Complete with titles.

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