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Mechanical Homunculus I by Paul-Nasca Mechanical Homunculus I by Paul-Nasca
First Mechanical Homunculus completed! Another piece I will submit for this summers Steampunk art show in Sacramento. I wanted this series to have a mix of Steampunk and arcane magic. Though it would be easier and more practical to build a personal spy/thief using an automaton of copper and brass metal works instead of just flesh and blood. Homunculus is contained in a Glass Cloche, sits on a base of brass etched with containment spells. It is approximately 9.5 inches high, 5.5 inches across and weighs about 1 lb 5 ozs. Fabricated from Brass, Copper, Watchparts, Century old Skeleton key, and glass.
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:iconfrozenmaple:
FrozenMaple Mar 2, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Dude your like Daedalus!! I want to keep this little guy so bad!! Amazing job:3 
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:iconpaul-nasca:
Thanks!  I really need to finish up some more!
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:iconfrozenmaple:
FrozenMaple Mar 4, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Really? Well it will look awesome to me either way: 3
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:icontensiu:
Alchemy fits well with steampunk, I believe. Great work here.
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:iconpaul-nasca:
Couldn't agree more! Thanks!
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:iconsenoritapepita:
very nice idea! Love the steampunk style! :heart:
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:iconpaul-nasca:
Thanks SenoritaPepita!!!
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:iconsenoritapepita:
My pleasure.
Next I will do a steampunk product-shoot for a DA-friend. He will create a steampunk corset especial for me. Do you are interested to show one of your jewelery on this?
Send me a note or mail. =)
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:iconpaul-nasca:
Hey SenoritaPepita!
Lemme know the time frame for completion and what you had in mind in the way of jewelry. Just sent some stuff to Germany and it took about 3 weeks to get there from California!
Thanks!
~Paul
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:iconpaul-nasca:
Sure! What did you have in mind? What kind of critter would work with your corset? Spider or wasp?
Thanks!
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