I’m preparing for the Lincoln Steampunk Asylum and this year round, unlike the last two years, I wanted to do something that doesn’t involve covering my face! I had intended to make something that was nice and comfortable. What I’m working on is a little more comfortable than a full on mask, but as it’s turning out, only by abit 😉
In this video I use a technique called cold casting to build some armour pieces.
This is a ray gun that I made out of some cast resin pieces. It was one of those occasions where a few bits and pieces made for different projects just happen to fit together perfectly and just beg to be made into something. I’ve built up abit of a library of cast bits and pieces now so I’m increasingly finding myself using them to build projects.
I recently attended Steampunks in Space, an event held in the National Space Center in Leicester. I’ve attended several times previously, but it’s always really nice to be able exhibit my models, sculptures, costumes pieces and props. Here’s a video and some pics.
I recently attended my eighth Asylum steampunk festival in Lincoln. I didn’t take many photos this year, although I did shoot abit of video, so here’s a quick vid of the event. This year I was field testing my new bioshock inspired mask, although I did also use my steampunk flight mask from last year in the military parade.
So I’ve finally finished my mask (more or less!). I struggled a little with the direction of this one, as while I had the form down, I wasn’t sure on the paint scheme. My previous mask had a very clear direction which I lacked a little for this one. Once I settled on making something that could fit into the bioshock games however, things came together quite nicely.