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Tag Archive: steampunk

  1. Giraffe Weevil

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    The Giraffe Weevil is a native of Madagascar, this creation was made from African Blackwood, Copper and Brass. The legs and head are fully posable.

    African Blackwood, Copper and Brass

    image courtesy of Chris W Morris ARPS  –  www.chriswmorrisphoto.com

  2. Hammerhead shark

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    Hammerhead Shark made using scorched Rippled Sycamore as its main body. The Copper fins and head have been patinated to create the illusion of ancient metal that has been many years on the sea bed.

    Rippled Sycamore, Copper, Brass and African Blackwood

  3. Articulated Stag Beetle

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    Articulated Stag Beetle created primarily from a piece of salvaged wood. the body section is jointed as are the legs and mandibles.

    Reclaimed wood, Copper and Brass 

  4. Seahorse

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    The articulated tail section of the Seahorse has been made using individually linked segments allowing for it to be posed in different positions. The sculpture can be removed from the stand and reversed so it can be displayed from the other side.

    Burr Oak, Copper, Brass and Acrylic Paint.

    Base is made from Steel, Elm and Brass

  5. British Ironworks

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    My Giant Turtle, Goliath Tripod and Manta have gone on display at the British Ironworks Centre in Oswestry, I am delighted that they are exhibiting the pieces alongside a large group of my smaller works.

  6. Spider Lamp

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    Steampunk Spider Lamp. The central brass nut came from a reclaimed vacuum pump.

    Brass,Steel, Glass bulb and found items.

  7. Pearl Eyed Crab

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    Created to commission this Crab has positionable legs and claws. The eyes are set with pearls.

    Burr Maple, Copper, Brass and Pearls

  8. Glow Worm

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    The Glow Worm was inspired by the glass shade that once belonged to a parrafin lamp.

    Reclaimed Oak, Elm, Brass, Copper, Steel and found objects