Tag Archives: steampunk

Ruminations.

For the moment I’m pretty much Steampunked out. I originally made these images back about 2004, before I had even heard of Steampunk. I always thought I was the only nutcase who felt that the world had lost something grand … Continue reading

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Steampunk – the final triumph.

As the Great War drew to a close, Dr Throg decided to capitalise on his outstanding military success by creating a new, multi-purpose vehicle. His “Amphi-trac” was intended to combine the towing abilities of a traction engine with the hydrodynamic … Continue reading

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Steampunkin’ Onward

Dr Throg’s experiences forced him to conclude that heavier-than-air flight was impossible, and best reserved for dirigibles and their kind. However, the purchase of his Steam Pushmi-Pullyu by a foreign power awoke him to the idea of using steam for … Continue reading

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A little more Steampunk

Undaunted, and still convinced of steam power’s ultimate superiority, Dr Throg turned his fertile mind to the question of powered flight. He assembled his new brainchild, the “Chiropter”,  at a secret location and prepared for a historic first flight. At … Continue reading

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