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Sunday, April 10, 2011

Steam Punk Iron Man

In 1910 Anthony (Tony) Stark Built a Machine, a Suit he called the IRON MAN. Clad in steel, copper and brass the suit is powered by steam, fueled by the coal burning fire in the chest of the behemoth suit.

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9 comments:

  1. Amazing work. I tweeted it including the ebay link.

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  2. Wow.

    Holy mackerel.

    Wow.

    Nice work.

    If I may ask, what did you use for the flickering chest coal-furnace effect?

    PS Especially nice touch, hiding the on/off switch behind a hatch. No modern toymaker would have thought of that.

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  3. Light effect came from a flickering tea light electric candle. Works wonders for this figure, thanks guys for the comments!

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  4. I would have called it Ferrous Gentleman

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  5. Amazing attention to detail. This is a wonderful piece of work! Kudos to you.

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  6. Gorgeous, absolutely beautiful! I posted a pic and a link to your site, I hope that's OK.

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  7. Excellent pieces. Keep posting such kind of information on your blog. I really impressed by your blog.
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  8. this is very interesting.. this is good for my collection.

    Sig: Andrew@salon uniforms

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  9. What type of paint do you use

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