Here’s a fantastic steampunk Mario costume. Very well done! It was made by Redditor 3dbdotcom. Wow, even Thor would be jealous of that hammer. He did such a remarkable job on not only the costume, but all the props and gadgets.
I’d sure love to see a Luigi version, and a pair of steampunk go-carts. Very impressive!
Here’s an amazing steampunk Mad Hatter costume. Love that hat! What a great outfit, complete with attached tea cup.
Excellent job, Sir!
Need to add a little gore to your steampunk Halloween costume? Thanks to Gabriel Dreams, you can do just that. You’ll look like a mangled steampunk cyborg in no time. Fun stuff.
[via Gabriel Dreams]
Costume-loving violinist Lindsey Sterling has some steampunk-inspired Western fun in her latest music video Roundtable Rival. Very entertaining! The people wear goggles (even on their cowboy hats), and they duel with sonic musical instruments instead of guns.
This has a vibe similar to The Devil Went Down to Georgia. Well done, Lindsey!
This steampunk warrior isn’t finished with his costume yet, but he’s wasting no time preparing for battle. He’s fast as lightening! Well done, Sir. Just remember, a steampunk gun is not a toy.
My costume is a long way from being finished but I decided I should start practicing my quick draw and not wait until the last minute!
[via Mike Baughman]
I gave FOX’s new show Gotham a try, and was pleasantly surprised. Looks to be a fun show, and I like the characters they’ve introduced.
One thing did catch my eye… what’s up with Selina Kyle’s steampunk goggles? Did that make anyone else do a double take? I guess I thought the goggles seemed a little out of place. Like they’re trying just a little too hard to make Selina hip and cool?
I wonder what you all think? In any case, I suppose it’s too soon to tell. Maybe we’ll learn more in Episode 2, which is titled “Selina Kyle.”
Last week, Blue Jays fans were treated to an opening ceremonial pitch by Cirque du Soleil. They came dressed as characters from their Kurios show, and it’s very, very steampunk influenced.
Don’t miss the little lady who pops out of the porthole. What fun!
Regularly $57.19, you can order this costume for $17.16 and get 70% off. Not bad! The costume includes the top, skirt with attached belt and sheer netting and the pantaloons. Boots not included.
This deal runs through Monday, Sept. 8, 2014, until midnight!
[via Costume Craze]