Introduction: Steampunk Hoodwink Goggles

It was inspired by attributes of secret communities, and has made this ceremonial stock in steampunk - style.
Used a brass, a genuine leather, glass and silver solder
Prototype here

Has decided to complicate a design, and has transformed it into a transformer. Two in one!

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calskin (author)2013-02-12

Nothing but respect for your work. You take your art to a new level!

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peyton14 (author)2012-10-30

Isnt it heavy?

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cutshopguy (author)2012-01-08

Hi Gogglerman,
I've been looking at your leatherwork and obviously I'm impressed. Do you use an industrial sewing machine or is all the leather hand sewn?

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gogglerman (author)cutshopguy2012-01-08

I sew by hand. Stitch by stitch. Only in this way)

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mr.squeakers (author)2011-10-20

these are amazing

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dex drako (author)2011-08-20

I'm planing on making my own brass goggles but not sure what gauges work best. would you be willing to give any insight from your own work you might have?

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Monsterguy (author)2011-08-07

I like to think of them as a Steampunk version of Zaphod Beeblebrox glasses from Hitchhikers guide to the galaxy. They turn completely completely opaque at the first sign of trouble :)

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Win Guy (author)2011-07-03

Very nice, I love 'em! 5/5 and faved.
Win Guy

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justjimAZ (author)2011-07-03

So cool. I've never seen a design even similar. You are an original!

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gogglerman (author)justjimAZ2011-07-03

Thanks, but I just reproduced the finished design and slightly improved. Thanks anyway.)

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