Neverwas Haul in Wired's Steampunk article

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Neverwas Haul in Wired's Steampunk article

Post by phil » Mon Jun 18, 2007 9:53 am ... lideView=5

along with a ton of photos of other steampunk inventions - absolutely beautiful, stunningly crafted.


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Post by Toolmaker » Tue Jun 19, 2007 5:39 am

Great stuff..

I was reading up on stuff here

Now I gotta go watch Steamboy
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Post by Xtevan » Wed Jun 20, 2007 9:05 pm

I love this guy's work, the keyboard and recently posted flat panel screen are great. I may may have to build a set for the computer at my mom's home, it would drop right into the 1870's vibe perfectly

The strat is pretty cool also!

He has a bus conversion on the non stream punk side of web site, while not Neverhaul I looks like it would be great for the playa


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Post by LeChatNoir » Wed Jun 20, 2007 9:26 pm

Oh My...

Yes, Yes, this is stuff something special. How ever have I missed this before?
The New and Improved Black Cat... now with 25% more blather

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Post by gyre » Thu Jun 21, 2007 12:38 am

How did you not invent this, O Kitty?

I remember a series of comics from the sixties about people traveling the us in wood powered steam driven vehicles, like houses on wheels.
It seemed like a post apocalyptic steam powered world with the rare gas powered car driven by a hotrodder.
It makes sense the rodders will be the last to drive cars, just as I have friends rebuilding steam locomotives for their own reasons.
"Everything is more wonderful when you do it with a car, don't you think?"
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Post by skygod » Fri Jun 22, 2007 7:55 am

I think my life changed when the Neverwas machine pulled up out of the darkness on me last year.
The whole steampunk genre is very compelling.
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