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I went down to the International Makeup Artists Trade Show this weekend.  My steampunk astronaut had made his way down to the show at the request of Bentley Advanced Chemicals who were the supplier of the silicon rubber I used for the sculpture.  It was very nice to have him out on display as he’s been sitting in the loft for the last six months.  Here’s a quick vid.

 

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Here’s the final part of my video series charting the Steampunk Astronaut I made for Steampunks in Space.

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Just a quick mention that Smooth-On and Bentley and Reynolds Advanced Material tweeted about my Steampunk Astronaut, which was nice :)  The final part of my video series should be up soon.

 

 

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Here’s the second part of my video series looking at making my Steampunk Astronaut.

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Here’s the first part of my video series looking at the creation of my Steampunk Astronaut.

And here’re some pics of the sculpture :)
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I recently attended the annual Steampunks in Space event at the National Space Centre in Leicester.  I’ve exhibited my sculptures there before but this time round I also ceated a piece specifically for the event.  They ran a ‘space race’ exhibition for sculptures along a steampunk/space theme, so this is my piece.  It’s a silicon rubber sculpture built over a shop mannequin and then dressed in various pieces of steampunk kit that I’ve built over the years.

 

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I’ll have a complete build log on this on youtube channel soon, but for the time being here’s a quick video from the event.

And here’re some more pics of the piece! :)

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