Post something Steampunk, entertain me!

Steampunk can be best described as technofantasy that is based, sometimes quite remotely, upon technological anachronism.
"Steampunk". The Encyclopedia of Fantasy

I couldn't find a thread boasting of Steampunk related anythings (Conventions, modding, comics, fiction [eg: Jules Verne, H.G. Wells, etc.], clothing, games, etc.) and decided to start one.

I'll kick it off with a sculptor, by the name of Jonathan Kriscak, recreating Iron Man as though the suit was constructed around 1910:
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*cough*

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There's been an explosion of steampunk musicians over the last several years, but frankly, most of them aren't very good. They tend to get a bit *too* wrapped up in the aesthetic and forget about important things like song structure and quality production. Also, talent. The best are those that skirt the genre and have fun with it's conventions, rather than just writing song after song about airships.

Professor Elemental is fairly big in the chap-hop scene. Yes, chap-hop. It's a genre. Look it up.

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The Scarring Party eschews steampunk imagery in their music in favor of a more genuine period sound.

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Dr. Steel is more mad scientist than steampunk, but he's a favorite of the steampunk fans nonetheless.

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Rasputina has been around since before there really was a steampunk movement. I've been listening to them quite literally since I was a kid.

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Astronautalis is one of my favorite musicians. He considers his music "historical fiction hip-hop" rather than steampunk, but his heavy use of late 19th/early 20th imagery and concepts makes the distinction arbitrary sometimes.

Andon wrote:

How about? List_of_steampunk_works

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Woefully underrated, overlooked RTS. It really shows off the Big Huge motif of gigantic armies.

Also, in the meatspace-Warhammer and Magic the Gathering are full of quality Steampunk.

Stengah wrote:

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Well yes, but that was to help inspire a book. This is more of a free-for-all, fun thing.
Also, I think this would be a fun RPG to partake in.