Steampunk Goggles

Introduction: Steampunk Goggles

About: I'm currently using my Instructable page as a place where I can regroup all my projects. It's a good way for me to see what projects I've done so far and it's easier to organize them this way. I will not doc...

A simple pair of Steampunk goggles made out of recycled leather, brass tubing and plexiglass for the lens. The leather was sown with floral wire. The clip to adjust the goggles was taken from an old watch and the lens were made out of some old plexiglass I had laying around. I drilled them with a hole saw to obtain perfect circles. Nothing fancy ! Thanks for your interest !

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    5 Discussions

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    Kurloz_Makara
    Kurloz_Makara

    3 years ago

    Thanks, I was going through over 50 sites to try and make one for a Ticci Toby cosplay and this shone up and I'm like, "THANK YOU JESUS!!!" I love how their not to flashy or to simple looking. their wonderfully brilliant! I must say that it was pure genius. XD

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    aschmidt13
    aschmidt13

    6 years ago on Introduction

    I love them. I actually like them better not being too fancy. Good work.

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    wold630
    wold630

    6 years ago on Introduction

    The goggles look great. I would love to see more step by step instructions and photos!

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    TheSteamer71
    TheSteamer71

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    These are the only photos I took when building this pair of goggles, but you can always ask me if you need more tips on how to a build specific parts ! The leather was sown with floral wire. The clip to adjust the goggles was taken from an old watch and the lens were made out of some old plexiglass I had laying around. I drilled them with a hole saw to obtain perfect circles. Nothing fancy ! Thank you for your interest !