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Animals in Soviet steampunk

By Jon Hochschartner

Recently, I’ve been fascinated by the oil paintings of Jakub Rozalski, specifically his ongoing “1920+” project, which feature massive, weaponized robots prowling the Soviet countryside, apparently during the period of the Russian Civil War. 100 more words

You Lego?

Was browsing r/steampunk today. Most of the stuff there are peoples DIY projects and such. Most are made from fabrics, plastic, wood and metal. Never thought I’d see something made out of legos, though. 86 more words


Weekend at the Asylum 2014 – Part Four

Sunday –

I arrived late again so I missed the parade in the castle but I decided to look around the stalls in the school again and bought these reduced patterns at a bargain price of £5 each. 925 more words


Crommelynck Printing Press

On a visit to the Picasso museum in Malaga Spain i got to have a close look at the 19th Century printing press Piero and Aldo Crommelynck used to print some of Picasso’s work in Paris. 17 more words


Brigard Fact #60

It is rumored that the lands to the west the Sawtooth Mountains are haunted by the ghosts of a long-lost civilization. However, whether the lands even exist is up to debate, as some groups claim that the mountains are the gateway to the afterlife. 31 more words

Montfort's Web - an experiment

Looking at potential markets for my novel, Montfort’s Web, I’ve come to the conclusion that my options are limited. I can try to get an agent, which in itself is fraught with difficulties. 399 more words