Picture of Steampunk Ring
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Edit: I was young and nerdy, laugh all you want heh.

This is a steampunk ring that I made from a flashlight bulb, copper tape, an old key chain, and a strap from an old lunchbox. The light does not work, just letting you know. I'm making a steampunk-themed Halloween costume and this is the first thing that I worked on. I might post updates on this Instructable to show you how far i've gone on it :D I personally think that it would look better with a leather glove on.
cart5622 years ago
I would break that soooo fast.....
Alderin3 years ago
I wouldn't say ugly, but perhaps it lacks polish? Very nice idea and a good prototype. Keep working at the idea and make it beautiful and functional!
agis683 years ago
its ugly and dangerous....what if broke the glass of the lamp?
build52 agis683 years ago
Wow that was nice.

Derek Vigil (author)  agis683 years ago
And it's steampunk, that's the point.
phapboy agis683 years ago
Oh come on, it's not that bad.
phapboy phapboy3 years ago
*or Dangerous.
ezarate3 years ago
a better idea would be to get a cheap 20$ metal ring and sand it down to the copper. then you can mod a little bulb so it lights with a led and attach it to the ring, that way it will light up.
Derek Vigil (author)  ezarate3 years ago
That is a good idea, I might try that next. Or just hook the bulb up to a mini cell 3volt battery and a switch. Also you could cover it up with electrical tape so it doesn't short out on your hand.
dude, do you know anything about electricity?
Derek Vigil (author)  protonrules3 years ago
Haha, now I do. I didn't then but I started reading books about computers and everything about electricity around mid-December. Now I see what you mean and I know how terrible that would be.
agis683 years ago
ok....but its ugly....does it lights?