Hello there! Welcome back for another installment of “what is Brian doing now??” It’s been a few weeks since the last update, so I’ll add some photos of works in progress as well as a few finished pieces. If you have any questions or wish to inquire about a commission, please send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks!
This weekend is MegaCon in Orlando, Florida and I’ll be there with my son and some friends! If you’re planning to be there, I hope to get a chance to meet ya Although I don’t plan to carry an armload of props, I will be planning to bring a few things just for fun.
So last week was a bit of a downer. It rained for about 5 days in a row and really affected my production. So I made up for that today, hehel Here are some photos from what I was able to accomplished with the sun shining. I got a lot moved along in the process and I also think I got too much sun.
Here’s a few Lanard Rotator X8’s I’m working on again. Both should be done next week for the Orlando Mini Maker’s Faire, time permitting
So it’s finally done! Whew. I lost track of the time spent on this one, but I couldn’t be happier with how it came out. I borrowed a little DNA from Fallout 3 and Borderlands and then blended them into a steampunk theme that I hope will make you folks happy.
I’ll have more photos of the gun in action soon, but here’s a shot from last night just to give you guys a glimpse of it
Thank you all sincerely for following this build. It was a blast to get more creative with the add-ons and custom parts. I hope to do more of this in the future
Hey Guys and Gals! My good friends have a kickstarter project that I think you’ll really going to dig! They’re needing some backing to help make the film and I’d really appreciate you checking it out. Your support, no matter how little, will really help to get this made. This world needs more steampunk and you can make that happen!
You might even see some of my weaponry in the film, that’s gotta be worth a buck or two, right? Lol
So, in my free time (ha!), I decided to work on a grenade. Seemed logical at the time. I had some plastic grenades left from a project, so I paired them up to LEDs and a bit of epoxy clay. This is the result I think it looks pretty cool and I hope you guys enjoy. If anyone’s interested in one or a few, please let me know. I have a lot of other styles to try out, hehe.
These Rotator X8’s from Lanard are really popular right now so it’s giving me a chance to play around with more added bits and pieces. This model is apparently electrically powered, but I’m not sure exactly how it works. Looks ok though, yeah?
Thanks for the visit and here’s a few photos of stuff you’ll see more of soon!