I'd like to showcase in this post the singular talents of Daniel Cortes, the artist who has accepted the challenge of illustrating the Steampunk Holmes series for Noble Beast publishing. The quality and incisive depth of his work belies his few years of experience as a concept designer and character artist, and the steampunk flavour of his artwork is really remarkable. He has participated in multi-national competitions such as Dominance Wars, rapidly earning the respect and admiration of…Continue
I've done a couple more weeks of Steampunk Tuesdays, and here are those posts.
Also, if anyone has any suggestions for a Steampunk Tuesday topic, or can recommend an artist they particularly like, or anything else, please let me know. I'd love to feature it/them on my blog!…Continue
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After watching Laputa, Howl's Moving Castle, and Steamboy, after finishing Fullmetal Alchemist and catching up with the latest release of D. Gray-Man, I find myself asking, "What else?"
It is evident that I deal exclusively with mangas in this post. This is because while steampunk has been recognized as a hybrid genre that is versatile and multicultural, there is a rather blatant oversight of mangas and animes in spite of the astounding popularity and appeal of Howl's Moving…Continue
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As the hub of the industrial revolution, Victorian Britain and its culture will continue to be one of the strongest settings for Steampunk fiction. That said, it is not the only legitimate setting. After all, even Jules Verne’s most memorial character, Captain Nemo, mentioned more than western European aristocrats in 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. "Do you think I'm unaware of the suffering people and oppressed races of this planet, the poor to be comforted, the victims to be avenged?"…Continue
This is a section from my upcoming workshop for Savvy Authors, Characterization and Plotting.
It begins October 24 and ends November 13.
If you know a writer who would be interested send them to Savvy Authors.
I hope enjoy this blog post.
Adding Tension and…Continue
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Added by Tambra Nicole Kendall on October 6, 2011 at 7:30pm — No Comments
Here is the link to the lady who made Deeanne Gist's Victorian ensemble. She has some photos that show some of the progress My sewing skills are not at his level. The hat for the day dress is gorgeous.
This woman does a fantastic job. I would LOVE to have that slate blue ball gown.…Continue
Many in the romance writing community know historical author, Deeanne Gist purchased a full set of Victorian clothing. She wants her books to be as accurate as possible.
Her clothing came with a 17 minute instruction manual. This article has a video.
I thought this might be helpful to those who were just beginning their research into the era.
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Whether you’re on the fence about leaping in, or steadily preparing with the precision of a military campaign general, here are a couple of sites to help you through October prep and November doubts:
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Reposted from my blog at Journal of an Apprentice Wordsmith
Throughout my life I have had many outlets in which to release my creativity.
I am a Live Role Player – I used to write and run scenarios (that’s roleplay speak for stories/plots/games) on a weekly basis – dreaming up fantasy worlds, building conflicts, being devious; I was the riddle-master, villain, heroine, innocent, the…Continue
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