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#41 Patrick Hand

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Posted 10 June 2009 - 08:32 PM

What items did you use?



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I used all 19 items on the list.....

8 items found outside.
1. A 1” thick board
2. Two bolts and washers from a lawn mower hopper
3 About one foot of Dan-D-Line (plastic covered aluminum cloths line)
4. A small piece of a metal bracket
5. A ¼” bolt
6. About 2 ½” of heavy electric wire
7. A glass “jewel” from the garden
8. A latch to something...

3 Items from a Hardware store
9. 1/8th inch Brass rod
10 Pop rivets
11. Wood stain

1 Item stolen
12. A Stop sign that Chinarose stole, then I stole it from her….

2 Items from the bathroom
13 An empty jar (it use to hold liquid latex)
14 Mouthwash

1 item from a friends house
15. A brass candlestick (I think Carol bought it at a yard sale for me….. ;) )

1 Item from a café.
16 A tablespoon

2 items from a toy store.
17. A cannon ball from a Pyrate play set.
18. The cap from a non-toxic watercolor marker.

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#42 Stynky Tudor

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Posted 17 June 2009 - 05:48 AM

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Nothing short of amazing, the spoon belt clip, the little bottle and mouthwash - all f**king rocks.

. . . a hell of a lot better than most of the crap I've seen people carrying or for sale on ebay.

Well done!

#43 oderlesseye

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Posted 09 July 2009 - 02:08 PM

Here be My Air ship pyrate wenches Tesla pulse gun I am still in the process
of building and touching up...Eye might add some gears or something to punk it out a bit more.
My next one will have some "Cooling Tubes" around the
voltage probes..I laid in bed thinkin how cool it would be to incorperate a real tazer gun in something like this for the voltage jump display but well maybe the police might think that is going to far so i will just stick to a static costume piece. This one came out pretty cool for something that I had no idea what it was going to be let alone look like til now. I suggested my wifes steam punk name could be "Electra" We will post some pics of the steampunk/Airship pirate wear on the other thread when we are done putting it all together.. Pat and Ransom..This is all your guys fault..Ye were the influence for me to get inspired to get off my ass and get creative!
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#44 Ransom

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Posted 09 July 2009 - 02:52 PM

. Pat and Ransom..This is all your guys fault..Ye were the influence for me to get inspired to get off my ass and get creative!
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LOL, nice job, Eyes. Only to happy to be one ta give ye a little push in the creative direction. But Patrick is the real instigator. BTW, tried to send you a PM this afternoon, and it told me you couldn't accept any more PMs. I have a question to ask ye.
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#45 Patrick Hand

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Posted 10 July 2009 - 05:22 AM

Pat and Ransom..This is all your guys fault..Ye were the influence for me to get inspired to get off my ass and get creative!


Wot ? you say that like it's a bad thing...... ;)

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#46 oderlesseye

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Posted 10 July 2009 - 01:23 PM

Wot ? you say that like it's a bad thing......


Aye Pat your influence is a good thing..It has brought some good fruit.
After all Eye am most alive when I get to implementing my imagination..

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As he was about to face the gallows there, the pirate is said to have tossed a sheaf of papers into the crowd, taunting his audience with these final words:

"My treasure to he who can understand."


#47 Littleneckhalfshell

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Posted 11 July 2009 - 05:47 AM

check out this site "Steampunk Gadgets Go Wild in Warehouse 13" for a picture of the 'Tesla' gun on the SyFy channels Wharehouse 13

http://www.wired.com...n-warehouse-13/
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#48 Littleneckhalfshell

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Posted 11 July 2009 - 05:58 AM

http://www.wired.com...2007/05/ff_weta

Expensive, but the pictures are good for inspiration, but for a practical weapon, I think Patrick Hand's gun is excellent.
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#49 LadyBarbossa

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Posted 13 July 2009 - 09:39 AM

Eyeing some of these weapons with intreque. Loving your stuff, Pat. Is this Brass Googles a good place for future Steampunkers to start?
I'm interested in getting into it. More for the reason of the Transformers comic series "Hearts of Steel", set during the Victorian times and has a great Steampunk feel. So, In due time, Victorian outfit (I've one in mind) with some Steampunkish Cybertronian Tech. :D

Keep the images and info coming. ;)


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Posted 13 July 2009 - 11:14 AM

Eyeing some of these weapons with intreque. Loving your stuff, Pat. Is this Brass Googles a good place for future Steampunkers to start?
I'm interested in getting into it. More for the reason of the Transformers comic series "Hearts of Steel", set during the Victorian times and has a great Steampunk feel. So, In due time, Victorian outfit (I've one in mind) with some Steampunkish Cybertronian Tech. Posted Image

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As one also just getting active into the Steam punk scene I would definately recommend the Brass Goggles forum. it has about as many members/topics/posts, etc that this board has, only for steampunk.

Hearts of Steel? Is that a new transformers comic, or an old one?
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#51 hellfirehannah

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Posted 13 July 2009 - 03:33 PM

Hearts of Steel is an older series of the Trasnformers universe. It was published in 2006. The images I've seen look really neat.

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#52 Ransom

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Posted 17 July 2009 - 07:01 AM

Here's the small (about 8" long) cap pistol I redid. Chain Shot found it at a junk shop and paid $5 for it. Still needs more decoration on the stock, especially on the other side, as it is plain. I'm thinking maybe black tribal tattoo designs? The skull on the stock end was just for fun. The good luck charms are a cross, a falling star, and the all-seeing eye, so I'm covered! LOL

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and buccaneers and buried gold...

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#53 Red Cat Jenny

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Posted 19 July 2009 - 11:01 AM

Just found this "Atomic SteamPunk Disruptor Ray DIY"

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Complete instructions here
http://hacknmod.com/...from-old-parts/
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Posted 19 July 2009 - 11:43 AM

I love the old test tubes. My dad was a TV repairman for Sears, so as a kid, I saw a lot of those! LOL
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Posted 19 July 2009 - 11:58 AM

My brother has practically cornered the market on old tubes...I thi k it's an obsession. Then again he's a born Steampunker for as long as I remember.
Some days even my lucky rocketship underpants won't help....

Her reputation was her livelihood.

I'm a pirate, love. By nature and by choice!

My inner voice sometimes has an accent!

My wont? A delicious rip in time...

#56 oderlesseye

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Posted 19 July 2009 - 01:14 PM

OK Heres the finished product minus a flourish to one side I will add later when I find a pewter picture frame I can pirate to do the deed. There is no trigger because it is "turned on" By a potientiometer dial at the rear to control the frequency of pulse force. This is truely an Air Ship Pirate weapon in my mind.
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#57 Patrick Hand

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Posted 19 July 2009 - 09:15 PM

Oderless..... it would be evil of me to ask if you have ever heard about el-wire......... (I'll look up the link and post it kinda soon......) boy... are you goinna curse me when you see what you can do with that stuff....... :ph34r:

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#58 oderlesseye

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Posted 20 July 2009 - 02:05 PM

Eye really don't know wot ye referencing to thar Patrick Hand...But post it soon because I need to make another gun for myself as My wife swiped the one posted. I am currently working with hobby kits you can buy at Frys, to make blinking lights .I fully intend on a new design having learned from the first one, with blinking lights..I just wish I knew how to make them blink in a series 1-2-3-4 ect instead of altogether.

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"My treasure to he who can understand."


#59 Patrick Hand

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Posted 20 July 2009 - 08:37 PM

El-wire is thin low powered ....ergh wire that looks like neon lights.....

Anyway.... two links.....

http://en.wikipedia....uminescent_wire

http://www.coolight....ategory-s/1.htm


Now a switch that turns on alla the el-wire when you grab the ray gun... and then a lazier and pezo buzzer when ye pull th' trigger........ (I just don't have the time to fix that before Burning Man....... rats.....)

I haven't played with the stuff yet... but I've seen what you can do with it.... And it is cool......

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#60 Ransom

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Posted 21 July 2009 - 07:18 AM

Hmmmm.....mind starts twirling.
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You can do everything right, strictly according to procedure, on the ocean, and it'll still kill you. But if you're a good navigator, a least you'll know where you were when you died.......From The Ship Killer by Justin Scott.

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