Monthly Archives: February 2015

Steampunk Hands: International Q&A Project Pts 1-3

Steampunk month is over. My final post for Steampunk Hands Around the World, showcases Ray Dean’s International Q&A on her website, My Ethereality. Ray interviewed several participants from around the world. Other participants included:  Sally-Ann Livingston (England), Davide Mana (Italy), Josue Ramos (Spain), Jaymee Goh Sook Yi (Malaysia), Paulo Ramirez (Mexico), Arthur Morgan (France), Kenneth Toglia (USA), Suna (Scotland/India), Kevin…

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#8 Steampunk Hands: Standing at Attention

The Evolution of My Workshop Where do I do most of my steampunk related things – costuming, art and writing? I admit my work gets spread over several rooms. Costume making spreads through the lounge room (when watching inspiring videos), the dining table and the veranda. I even invade my husband’s work area in the sacred…

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The Forty Elephants – the All Girl Gang of Victorian-era England: A Steampunk Feminist Perspective

Originally posted on Cogpunk Steamscribe:
The topic of this article was inspired by the episode ‘Toronto’s Girl Problem’ of Murdoch Mysteries (Season Eight) The Forty Elephants were a 19th-century all-female gang who specialized in shoplifting. Their centre of operations was…

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#7 Steampunk Hands: Welcome to Our Workshops

A Showcase local creators and their workshops – and things they create We are fortunate to have some very talented people in Adelaide who are part of our steampunk community. These include artists, costume-makers, writers and gadget makers. Let me introduce you to just a few of them. These generous people let me into their workshop…

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Steampunk Hands: International Steampunk Q&A

Wow. What a week! I finished painting and gluing my steampunk Fairy Eliminator, visited local artiscan’s workshops for photoshoots and had my first internation request for a guest blog post, translated into Spanish. I was also asked to take part in an International Q&A Interview (of several fellow steampunks all over the world) by  Raydeen, who writes…

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Don’t just ask what your Steampunk community can do for you…

Come and join the fun! reblogged from Cogpunk Steamscribe Don’t just ask what your Steampunk community can do for you….  

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#6: Through the Looking Glass

Steampunk Hands Around the World: Our Workshop – Creating the Steampunk Aesthetic Steampunk is not just a writing genre or a series of philosophies (encompasing the reuse, recycle and repurpose ethic, its promotion of hand-made craft and positive outlook on life – Back to the Future). It is also an aesthetic, encompassing style, clothing, jewelry. It…

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