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Sunday, July 11, 2010

Steampunk Inventor's Room, some close up photos


 Here are some close up photos from the still unfinished Steampunk room. Two masks, a rollar periferal digitator, steamclock birds and bugs. Thank you so much for all of your encouraging comments, I appreciate them so much. I've been also working on a quarter scale toy store for an article for AIM free on line mini magazine so I will look forward to getting back to this room soon.


More details from the right side of the desk, a tiny set of screw drivers and technical instruments.

Above is a photo of wind up fan and solar powered Steampunk tea caddy with a close up of the tea caddy. It automatically pours your tea and the teas are stored in the large box.


A photo showing the steamy effect in the ceiling.


A stand alone magnifier, crystal powered for amazing magnifications.

Thank you so much for having a look,
Mini Hugs, Jean♥

22 comments:

  1. I love the cupbpoard! Beautiful items you have there!

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  2. Wow! Fabulous! Not seen anything like this before - lots of minis on other themes, but not this.
    :)

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  3. Jean, It is all so wonderful and you are helping me understand a bit more about the steampunk style!!

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  4. I LOVE it! It's so interesting. I am also learning about Steampunk. The box on the desk is wonderful.

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  5. I am literally fascinated... From a technical point of view I do not understand anything but I like what I see :-)
    Mini hugs, Flora

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  6. WOW!!! Thanks for showing the close ups. I could tell there were many little details involved from your previous post, but now I can see how incredible each is! Especially the little steampunk items in the glass cabinet (1st photo). I clicked to enlarge it and just stared at each one forever. Very, very clever and impressive Jean!

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  7. Your eye for detail is awesome! Love all the inventions but specially love the tools on the work desk, so much detail and it looks like the inventor has just got up from his work!

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  8. So many lovely details, I fell in love with it! Besides, I'm a huge fan of steampunk. Beautiful room!

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  9. Inspiring!... This makes me want to create a steampunk scene myself!

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  10. Incredible!wonderful minies!greetings

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  11. Amazing little pieces! You are skilled - I have trouble with making simple things small, but your parts must be microscopic. Good thing you have a crystal powered magnifying glass - heehee - we all need one of those!
    Cynthia

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  12. Hang on, wait a minute, no way! Does your tea caddy actually works!!????? OMG! I am seeing steam coming out from all the "engines" floating up the ceiling! Even if it does not, WOW!!! LOVE them all!!!!

    Are you a rocket scientist disguised as a miniaturist? :):)

    You know what's my absolute favourite piece, the steampunk gas mask! OMG!!!!! I had a gas mask with the tube once, a life size one which was stolen from a restaurant I loaned the mask to. Yours is absolutely amazing, Jean. Thank you for the close ups. What a treat it was!!!

    They should feature this in AIM as well.

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  13. Wonderful room! I can't understand how I wasn't following your blog before... I could have swore I was!! Wonderful stuff!!!

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  14. oh my goodness Jean- I had to click each picture and then click again to study all the details! Everything is so enchanting and wonderful- I think I would study it for hours if I was in front of it in real life! My favorite is the solar powered steampunk tea caddy- you are brilliant!!!♥

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  15. I am totally in love with the "pouring tea device"!!!
    Reminds me of the breakfast maker in "Chitty chitty ban bang", love it, love it love it!! (and the whole cabinet of course:)

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  16. Can't explain how much I love this!!!
    It is amazing...would love to see it for real!

    Sabihax

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  17. Wow! you have so many wonderful tiny little details in there, it's amazing!
    Mercedes

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  18. I love it Jean the close ups are great,
    Mary

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  19. Wow ,the room looks spectacular !! Truely phantastic !!!

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  20. Just found your blog and this page - what I like best is that you didn't just stick watch parts on things and call it "Steampunk". In the cases and around the room everything actually has a purpose, and the gears are there to help fulfil that purpose. Bravo!

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  21. Thank you so much Heather for your very lovely comment. I'm so pleased you liked it. I hadn't seen all the other comments here, for some reason I didn't receive them and replay to people, so I'm so glad you commented. Mini Hugs, Jean

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  22. I am so sorry to everyone who posted these wonderful comments so long ago, I was not sent the comments so I didn't even realize they were here. You were all so very kins, I can't begin to thank you enough. Mini Hugs, Jean

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