Tech Boy's Steampunk Goggles!


Introduction: Tech Boy's Steampunk 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.

Alright! I have finally gotten around to doing this! So, here goes. 

Step 1: Things You'll Need.

You will need: 

1 pair of goggles 
1 Gatorade Cap 
2 Pennies 
4 small Nuts 
2 large wingnuts 
2 smaller wingnuts 
1 8'' piece of wire, I just cut up bits of clothes hanger... 
Some leather
Some Cereal, in case you get hungry
ROUND sunglass lenses
2 1 pint mason jar lids, just the ring part, you don't need the sealing component. 
And some spray paint! 

Tools include: 
Utility knife
Hot Glue/Epoxy, whatever floats your canoe. 

Step 2: Step 1

The picture is pretty explainy of the step. 


The paint took a VERY long time to dry, as it was hard for it to bond it with the plastic on the goggles. This was aggravating. 

Step 3: Step Two!

Step 4: Step 3!

Step 5: Step 4

Step 6: Cap Assembly

Step 7: TADA.

Alright, I know you might be disappointed with this, as it has been VERY late. 

I am sincerely sorry for this. I just get really busy with DI seasons. 

I am trying to get up more of a presence on this site, as I love it dearly. 

Thanks for waiting, and waiting, and waiting, and watching! 

-Tech Boy. 



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    You've taken some heat about the instructable itself - but many congrats on the project results. I can understand both.
    I for one was thoroughly entertained by your hand-drawn instructible!!


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    Thank you very much! C:

    Your instructions are very helpful and entertaining. I love your hand-drawn illustrations! Very easy to follow! These goggles look so good I thought there would be a lot more technical difficulty in the making. Your instructions reminded me that everything doesn't need to be difficult or technical. Thank you!

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    Thank you! :D Your brightened my day!

    Your drawings are great, but one picture says a thousand words!

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    I apologize, it is not my forte to write. I have attempted to show you how to make them. My apologies if it was not enough. There are tons of instructables that are done very very well, I suggest looking into them, I'm no good at explaining.

    Ah right. You should use at least one of those in place of Goggles0001.jpg.


    Thanks for the tip! I'll try to get that right up.