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Captains Steampunk Goggles by AtticRaiders Captains Steampunk Goggles by AtticRaiders
Thanks to my friend scott who loaned me his sky captain hat for this photo of the classic steampunk goggles I made and then sold at a convention.

Just an additional eye glass piece was welded onto a regular goggle lens frame, nothign spectacular but this pair turned out to be a very handsome pair of goggles. Definately have to make more classic stylized goggles in the future.

To find more goggle or to purchase them visit:
Attic Raiders [link]
masqueray@hotmail.com
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steam4power Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2012  Student Artist
Even though that hat says "AMERICA!" The skull makes me think " Mien Fuerr I can VALK!"...
That's really great work you did.
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LittleMorte Featured By Owner Oct 30, 2011  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
where did he get the cap!?
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AtticRaiders Featured By Owner Oct 30, 2011  Professional Artisan Crafter
Wish I knew-it was a friends cap that I borrowed for this shot.
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ZandoranCelix Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2011  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Now this is a photo full of win!
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SupaS1na Featured By Owner May 13, 2010  Student Digital Artist
Booya thank you :D
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AtticRaiders Featured By Owner May 12, 2010  Professional Artisan Crafter
@SupaD1na
1. Thank you :)
2. The hat was purchased at a local army clothing store called Supply Sergent...I believe they are also online now so I recommend goggling it for more info.
3.Goggles are awesome. Mine sell out at every convention everytime. I think they are a great investment for a) a costume accessory and b) a cool conversation piece ^.^ XD
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SupaS1na Featured By Owner May 12, 2010  Student Digital Artist
Okay 1, This is amazing.
2. I need to get a hat like that, can you please tell me where to find such a hat. (not goggles)
3. I have never thought about making my own goggles considering that I've also tried to find goggles as well, but they were expensive and looked bland, so thanks for the idea. :D
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AtticRaiders Featured By Owner May 11, 2010  Professional Artisan Crafter
@ ceanji
To make this particular type of goggle, it cost me $25.00 USD to purchase all the ingredients to make them.If you pay yourself,time to build these costs roughly $30.00 (2 hours of time) so in total, they came to $55.00.
I sold them for 65.00 USD last year at a convention. The extra 10.oo USD covered a percentage of the table fee and some profit.

Since February this year, I have discontinued making this model of goggle and have now introduced a more realistic type to sell in my online shop [link]

There are some awesome tutorials here on DA that use similar parts and methods compared to how I make mine and I highly reccommend you take a boo at these awesome DIY pages. :)..

P.S: thankyou very much for the compliment ^.^
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ceanji Featured By Owner May 7, 2010
those are so cooool! i so wanted to make one.. how much did it cost you to make them..? and how much did you sell them? :wow:
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Lian-Madcap Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2010  Student General Artist
love them.... :aww: congrats!!! I wonder who's the lucky guy who bought'em..gonna steal 'em!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH!!!
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VonHollde Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
HOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOt

:love:

:+fav:
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AtticRaiders Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2010  Professional Artisan Crafter
LOL, I'm very glad you like them :)
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Timothy-Hardy Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2009
chilling
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AtticRaiders Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2009  Professional Artisan Crafter
Ty, the hat makes an epic prop ^.^
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