You can’t be a serious steampunker without having a steampunk pistol strapped to your thigh and a steampunk rifle at the ready; and you definitely can’t do any better than doing your shopping at Old Junkyard Boutique’s page and browsing their selection.
It starts out pretty bland and everyday as the character in the short film is shuffled from department to department trying to get his flight ticket changed to an earlier day and time. So bland and every day that I almost missed what was going on outside of the car.
Back at the beginning of July I posted about a new sci-fi web series being produced by Bryan Singer called H+ and how I was really looking forward to it finally arriving. Here is a brief bit from that post explaining the series:
We’re all pretty use to firing up a video game and being faced with overblown muscles and shrunken heads (well it seems that way sometimes) of the typical male hero of said video games but what if someone very talented transformed them into a kickass geek girl fashion statement.
I realize that wearable computing is slowly coming in from the shadows of geekdom and becoming a hot new buzzword thanks to things like the Google Glasses Project but the idea of wearing a t-shirt that flashes someone’s Instagram photos or my tweets seems more than a little silly.
This incredible replica was crafted by someone named Wataru from Psycho Monsterz and weighs in at 4 pounds and 32 inches long, and I have the perfect spot on my office wall for it but at $875 it might be a little too rich for my blood.
Can you imagine an archaeologist in the future digging up a few of these scattered around the world. It would definitely be a conversation starter, then and now.