My Steampunk Aviators Cap & Goggles


Introduction: My Steampunk Aviators Cap & Goggles

About: Burnsides is an Art Student studying animation. Aside from Art, Burnsides spends his time as a campus IT employee and using his dorm room as a lab.

So, I have been looking at all of the steampunk gear for a while now.

I thought,That is really cool!

So I did it.

I made a leather Aviators cap.

And some goggles



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    Would you be willing to sell or make one to sell

    Top shelf man, it looks like it could have been stolen from a movie set, I gaved it 5 stars but do it a favor and find a crappy old buckle to replace that chin clip.

    Thank you for taking the time to post it.

    I'm sorry mate!

    If you haven't noticed, I don't really do instructables. I can't explain how I do the things I do, I just make them. I don't make it a point to try and tell people, because I can't.

    There are much better written instructables out there, I just wanted to show off my goggles.


    Which I still don't fully understand.



    I am very sorry. I have not been able to aquire supplies, I have a free day tomorrow, and I WILL make drawings of how it went together! I WILL DO THIS.

    Ok folks, I have all the neccessary materials to build a pair for a friend, in which I will take pictures for an instructable, except for the goggles.

    I am very sorry for the delay on this.

    Tech Boy.

    OK the goggles are okay but the hat looks weird BE SERIOUS

    Hey guys, sorry about the lateness on this, been busy with some college courses.

    I will be sure to get on an instructable for this as soon as possible, I will have time to start on this sunday.

    Thanks for all of the positive comments on this, it was just a saturday project...

    Tech Boy.

    Looks like the concept of stitching the cap is there, but how about turning it inside out so the stitches are more hidden? A lining can be added to prevent discomfort from those ridges, but they'd still be visible on the outside. Just a thought.

    Please post instructable showing how these were made, otherwise you're just teasing.

    I thought this was instructables not a photo hosting site,. where is the instructable for this

    reminds me a bit of an old-ish spiderman villain named humbug... there's a couple differences but take a look for yourself. here's a cover with him: