My website is home to the Steampunk artwork I have created. I make each piece from a combination of antique, vintage and new components. The artwork are mostly in the Steampunk and/or Teslapunk genre. I’ve shown them during design and creation with enough detail for you to copy or use the ideas for your own projects. For more on the Steampunk and Teslapunk see here and here. You can also go to the menu and look at the “about” and “Teslapunk” pages
Who am I? Jeffrey Thomas Sodemann
The pictures in the slide show are linked to blogs with more about each piece of Steampunk artwork. There is also a set of links with thumbnails by project name that will get you to the same places. In some of these blog posts I’ve shown very detailed accounts of the pieces created. In others I have just added more pictures of the piece without further description. Most of the pieces are related to Steampunk Decor ideas. Others are straight pieces done for pure enjoyment.
You can also check out my YouTube channel here.
Click on a Picture and go to that blog. You can also use the menu to the left.
Favorite Steampunk Art
Here is a video and link to the current favorite blog post on Technology Imagined. I base this on the most visited post.
Here you will find my most recent project:
Steampunk Puzzle Box from a Antique Cigar Box
My latest project is a Steampunk style puzzle box I am making from an antique cigar box. It follows a similar design to the prototype “Faux Lid Puzzle Box” I made earlier. You can look at the instructions for the new Steampunk Puzzle Box (part 1) here and part two here. Below is a video of part 2 where I add the first puzzle to the box.
Macro (Closeup) Lens for a GoPro
I use a GoPro Hero 8 for many of my videos. For the pieces I make I need to do a lot of closeup shots. The GoPro isn’t designed for that so I made a macro lens for the GoPro from an old binocular and spare parts. Of course I made it Steampunk. Below is the “how to” I made showing how I did it.