Watch out, Vampires. You’re about to get steamed. Check out this awesome steampunk vampire costume, made by ch19251. He’s armed with a sword, a pistol, and a really neat steam-powered stake shooter mounted to his wrist.
If I were a vampire, I would run the other way. Great job, Sir!
Check out this somewhat corny, somewhat catchy steampunk helmet — with a horse! This work of beauty can be yours, as it’s currently for sale on eBay. Current bid is only $20, and there’s five days left to bid. Good luck!
I love this steampunk cosplay group, spotted by Fashionably Geek at the recent Gen Con 2013 in Indiana.
The proton packs are so amazing! My, check out Gozer the Gozerian. And even the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man is wearing a top hot. So perfect. A++, Everyone!
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Here’s an excellent steampunk Kaylee costume, from the TV show Firefly. Aw, seeing this really makes me miss that show.
Cosplayer Laerai has done a beautiful job with her Kaylee costume. It’s steampunk, a bit of dieselpunk — just perfect for a mechanic like Kaylee. Laerai wore this to the recent PA Ren Faire for Time Traveler’s Weekend. She even met up with Captain Malcolm Reynolds! Very, very nice.
I found an olive green dress in a local shop that had a dieselpunk/military feel to it, and the idea was born. I hand stitched the heart and bear patches to the dress and added a brown leather waist cincher. I purchased a brooch with gears on it, and a pocketwatch, as well as a locket that seemed like something Kaylee would wear. I found the goggles online, and I plan to make them metallic and more in line with the rest of the outfit.
I got a belt pouch that I can use as storage and fits in with the costume. Lastly, I purchased an Edwardian style ivory umbrella that has that old school feel, and hand painted it to be similar to hers.
What an outfit! This guy looks awesome. This photo was taken at the recent Steamfest 2013 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Unlike the usual fancy Victorian steampunk, this guy looks rather post-apoc, a working class scavenger. Love that burlap duster!
[via Imgur. Photo by Vladimir Chopine.]
Ooh, take a look at this amazing steampunk Arabian costume. This looks so cool!
It’s extraordinary, literally. Maurice Grunbaum was part of a steampunk group cosplay of Extraordinary Gentlemen. The photo is by Gilles Michel at the Japan Expo 2012.
Great job on the costume! This is incredible.
Check out these very creative steampunk costumes– It’s Russell and Kevin from the movie Up. Brilliant!
This was posted by ofthewest on Reddit. She’s wearing the colorful Kevin costume. Very cute, they make quite a pair. A++ !!
Shauna Leva interviews a pair of very well dressed steampunks at Arisia 2013 in Boston. Meet Dr. Morbius and Madam Mercy… don’t they look fantastic? Her dress is actually designed after a grandfather clock! So creative.
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In honor of today’s release of Man of Steel, here’s an excellent Victorian Superman. What a proper supergentleman! This was made by Jared Axelrod. Excellent job, Sir!
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Here’s a lovely steampunk Darth Vader costume, inspired by Victorian mourning wear. The mask she got from Epbot, who has her own amazing steampunk Vader costume.
It’s fun to see costumers helping each other out. Great job, Ladies!
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