You know what to do today: Get sloshed on Absinth! It is green, very Steampunk and when you drink enough, Great Cthulhu will visit you in your dreams.
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Even though this part of the blog is not directly targeted at the German Steampunk crowd, it is targeted at the international crowd, I do not want to withhold this project from you:
The most excellent gentleman Mr. Olaf Heitmann has started a splendid crowd funding project concerning an illustrated guide to Steampunk, a German guide, to be more precise.
He has this to say (it is in German, as was to be expected, of course):
Capital! Another great Steampunk project out of Germany (after EuroSteamCon and Airlords of Airia in case you have forgotten). So, if you can spare some change, sidle over to Startnext and support the Steampunk Lifestyle Project!
It appears I have stumbled upon a veritable hotspot of paranormal activity. After yesterday’s encounter with the zombies, I now made this snap-shot of a UFO. As you can see, it is about to take off.
My guess is, it is returning to Ceta Reticuli. I would not be surprized if this UFO has something to do with the zombies. I speculate it is a nanite-infestation or augmentation experiment gone wrong. Then again… This needs some further investigation.
Here it is, the second installment of my podcast, the Non-Euclidean Æthercast:
Nomad Dakini Design (Annika Lundkvist)
Lust Plague by Cari Silverwood
And this is one of the photos taken during the photo shoot, this is actually me. I used this one because I do not need to ask anybody else’s permission and Annika cleared it for use on Daily Steampunk (I played around with this image, the shoddy modifications are courtesy of me):
Long story short: We had a great photoshoot going today, and our thanks go to Annika Lundkvist of Nomad Dakini Design who made this such a fun event!
There is more to come but for now, here is a photo of the photoshoot:
Not much to see here, I know… Muahahaha!
Everybody who knows anything about the Illuminati (especially if your primary source of information is the noted scholar Dan Brown), knows, they are a secretive organization. They are pretty much underground. How deep underground they really are has thus far been a matter of speculation. Up until now.
Believe me, it took quite some effort to bring you this information. I had actually been kicked out of the Regensburg Dome (Upper Palatinate region, Bavaria, Germany) mere moments before I took this photograph:
Yes, this is a sewer lid with a latin inscription and a masonic symbol. I have finally come across the secret entrance to the Lair of the Illuminati™. Who would have thought they take „underground“ so literally these days.
There is more to this story, and I will tell you eventually. Now I have to prepare my next move…
Witajcie moi przyjaciele z Polski, tutaj jest sesja zdjeciowa na która moglibyscie sie udaς!
And since my mastery of the Polish language has not improved much, I continue in English 😉
My friend Ana, she guest-posted here earlier, is organising a photoshoot. I would love to go there myself, alas, although our respective countries of residence border each other, I am in exactly the wrong corner to go there easily or quickly. Anyway, here’s some additional information:
And please, would some participants be so kind and donate a photo or two for publication on this blog, please? I would be most greatful!
Normally it pains me to see old, venerable steam-powered train engines stand somewhere, left to rot in disrepair. Yet, there is still some beauty that can even be distilled from them. The following image is ample testimony:
The photographer responsible for this very powerful image is Beezqp, from Poland. The train engine is standing somewhere in Krakow, I forgot to mention. His gallery on DeviantArt contains a whole series fittingly titled „Krakow – Ghost Train“. If you are into hauntingly beautiful, dystopian photography, go check it out.
It is time to share some of the pictures I have accumulated on my hard drive over months and months… I do not recall where I got most of those from (except for the Blitzkrieg Kittens, my brother sent me that one).
The fun tank designs and tracked vehicles are (mostly) real. I guess some of them may be dummies to confuse aerial reconnaissance.