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Vagabond GentleMan
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« Reply #21525 on: May 05, 2010, 03:10:01 am »

THAT'S how it's DONE!
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« Reply #21526 on: May 05, 2010, 03:28:06 am »

Briar and the Rose:  You two look fantastic.  I especially love the little skirt.  Inspiration hits me!

Leadmill:  The entire cast looks great.  But my fave is the luxe red waistcoated gentleman.  Garment envy strikes again.
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« Reply #21527 on: May 05, 2010, 05:00:28 am »

Hello All,

I am quite intrigued with the Steampunk aesthetic and have quite enjoyed lurking on here on Brass Goggles,  though I am still working on my own steampunk ensemble. In the meantime all I can offer you this image of myself

Cheers

Jamie

Panache, indeed!  I aDORE your ensemble, sir!  And, what an extraordinary hearth!
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« Reply #21528 on: May 05, 2010, 06:44:52 am »

Pic from my birthday party at the local historic graveyard, with some of my steamy friends...


a melee broke out...

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Maggie and I run to safety, careful not to spill any tea...

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I take the top off a bottle of champagne with a bayonet...

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Steampunk meets Cyberpunk...

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A fine time was had by all!

Regards,
Mrs. S.
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« Reply #21529 on: May 05, 2010, 07:49:09 am »

Though I have no doubt that it was all with permission and such, I must admit that I find it surprising a birthday party was had at a graveyard Huh

Anyways. Lovely photos Grin Beautiful scenery, can't deny that Wink
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« Reply #21530 on: May 05, 2010, 08:49:41 am »

Though I have no doubt that it was all with permission and such, I must admit that I find it surprising a birthday party was had at a graveyard Huh

Anyways. Lovely photos Grin Beautiful scenery, can't deny that Wink

I am not entirely sure about the US, but here in Denmark, having a sunday picnic at the cemetery was a common thing in the Victorian era.
The idea of a cemetery or graveyard being a sad and morbid place, is fairly new. I believe the tradition was actually held as late as the 1920's.
In Victorian England, I believe it was even encouraged. 

In many ways, I think it shows much more respect for the dead, than just dumping them in a hole and forgetting about them.
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« Reply #21531 on: May 05, 2010, 12:21:07 pm »

Mrs. Sullivan, I wish I could have attended that birthday picnic! Cheesy It looks like a splendid party!
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« Reply #21532 on: May 05, 2010, 02:34:34 pm »

I see Panache followed me from XMarkstheScot.

Actually I would love it if people came to my grave to celebrate my life, what an honor!
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« Reply #21533 on: May 05, 2010, 02:45:57 pm »

I see Panache followed me from XMarkstheScot...

I thought I was following Arlen! 

Nice to see a familiar face. I wonder if the Brass Goggles forum is ready for an influx of highlanders?

We shall see  Wink

Cheers

Jamie
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« Reply #21534 on: May 05, 2010, 03:07:04 pm »

Nice to see a familiar face. I wonder if the Brass Goggles forum is ready for an influx of highlanders?

An influx of highlanders? Surely there can be only one?
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« Reply #21535 on: May 05, 2010, 05:32:41 pm »

From a recent all-night pig roast (it rained all damn night):

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« Reply #21536 on: May 05, 2010, 05:46:31 pm »

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B'dum-tish!


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From a recent all-night pig roast

Utini...is that some sort of home made flame thrower you're holding?


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« Reply #21537 on: May 05, 2010, 05:56:42 pm »

From a recent all-night pig roast (it rained all damn night):




was it for the feast of the beltane?
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« Reply #21538 on: May 05, 2010, 06:09:50 pm »

I am not entirely sure about the US, but here in Denmark, having a sunday picnic at the cemetery was a common thing in the Victorian era.
The idea of a cemetery or graveyard being a sad and morbid place, is fairly new. I believe the tradition was actually held as late as the 1920's.
In Victorian England, I believe it was even encouraged.
I feel fairly confident stating that nowadays, atleast here in the Netherlands, local authorities would probably frown on it; seeing a graveyard as needing to be quiet and solemn and such. But, thanks for the information Smiley

In many ways, I think it shows much more respect for the dead, than just dumping them in a hole and forgetting about them.
Fair enough a point and I feel you are quite right Smiley
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« Reply #21539 on: May 05, 2010, 06:25:07 pm »

It was pretty darn close to beltane, but no, it was for my best friend's bachelor party.  We went all out and cooked an entire whole pig.  It was beyond epic.

And its not a flame-thrower, its a leaf-blower.  We used it to keep the fire breathing: between being a fire down to the bottom of a 3-foot hole, and the rain, it wasn't so easy to keep it hot, but we managed.  Grin  And besides -  who doesn't like to mix fire, electrical appliances, and heavy rain?
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« Reply #21540 on: May 05, 2010, 07:59:13 pm »

Right, here we are, the photos I promised elsewhere Smiley Last weekend, I was Astor Deorad, Inquisitor of the Inquisition of the Holy Church of Kriegrimm Cool

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Simply standing about, with our banner; "Veritas Vos Liberabit", "The Truth will set us Free".

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Me and one of the nuns of an Order friendly allied to the Church.

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A quick overview of the camp.

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A groupshot. From left to right: the other non, one of two priests, Inquisitor Astor Deorad, an Inquisitor Acolyte, a Grey Paladin. In the background: more Grey Paladins.

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Escorting important people...It's a dirty job, but someone has got to do it Wink

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Our group in action amidst the public with our main act: preaching. Those two priests are unbelievable...They actually held the crowd's attention properly for minutes at end!

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Marching back to camp; those heathens weren't apreciative of our preaching Wink

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Another stroll, this time without important people Wink

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Evidence! Of what, I do not known...

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Taking a shot at the Queen of the Festival...You can't see it here, but she was a Goblin! A creature of Chaos!

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Master versus student; some sparring.

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And lastly, another shot of me taking a shot. This time, at the public, to keep them at bay Wink

Photos mostly by Ork, who always makes the most awesome photos!

(With all pictures: click on 'em for a bigger version, if the forum software resizes them...)


A little late to the party but- Goodgodamn sir! That looks like a spectacular event!!! I wish I could have seen it in person!
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« Reply #21541 on: May 05, 2010, 08:05:26 pm »

A little late to the party but- Goodgodamn sir! That looks like a spectacular event!!! I wish I could have seen it in person!

As I tend to say: better late, than never Wink
And, indeed! 'Twas a rather spectacular event - the first time for me I got some use out of a LARP group beyond a LARP event Wink Much fun was had by all Grin
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« Reply #21542 on: May 05, 2010, 08:13:58 pm »

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And its not a flame-thrower, its a leaf-blower

Which I'm sure you could easily convert into flame thrower should the mood take you! Wink
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« Reply #21543 on: May 05, 2010, 09:00:20 pm »

Mmmmmoooorrrreee





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« Reply #21544 on: May 05, 2010, 11:40:14 pm »

Looking great Honeythorn (as usual) - that wig is crazy Smiley
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« Reply #21545 on: May 06, 2010, 10:19:12 am »

Oh jesuemarynjoseph,I'm back.With a photo I should have put up ages ago.And which is somehow the ONLY picture I managed to track down of this costume so far.
Oh well,few pictures-hilarious memories.My father broke out the absinthe fountain,I attacked zombies and random steampunks with a ray-cork-gun,and was kidnapped at least six times while flaunting my not-working-on-Halloween to my fellow haunt actors.

Without further idiotic babble:
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Steamed Harley Quinn AKA the Red Joker for the Pin-Up cards.There were supposed to be little poofy bloomers with ribbon and such...but,I sort of...need practice with pants and how they are meant to cover butts.
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« Reply #21546 on: May 06, 2010, 02:18:53 pm »

Oh jesuemarynjoseph,I'm back.With a photo I should have put up ages ago.And which is somehow the ONLY picture I managed to track down of this costume so far.
Oh well,few pictures-hilarious memories.My father broke out the absinthe fountain,I attacked zombies and random steampunks with a ray-cork-gun,and was kidnapped at least six times while flaunting my not-working-on-Halloween to my fellow haunt actors.

Without further idiotic babble:
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Steamed Harley Quinn AKA the Red Joker for the Pin-Up cards.There were supposed to be little poofy bloomers with ribbon and such...but,I sort of...need practice with pants and how they are meant to cover butts.
I heartily approve of the outfit. Now get over here. Wink
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« Reply #21547 on: May 06, 2010, 06:09:04 pm »

Very pretty!  Just don't go attacking me, just because I'm related to Batman  Wink
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« Reply #21548 on: May 06, 2010, 06:41:33 pm »

From a little over a year ago:


And more recently:
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« Reply #21549 on: May 06, 2010, 06:44:50 pm »

Also very pretty, and I could do with a mandolin player!  Just a shame you're halfway across the world  Wink
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