I have a tendency not to share projects I work on, mostly because they are not as cool as what the more accompished steampunks do, but I was really pleased with how my Mad Scientist Lamp turned out. It now lives on Ben's bedside table and is used as an adjustable reading lamp.
Aren't those great lightbulbs?
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cool I found this idea for a made scientist feel.
1.buy a black light bulb
(they even come in Compact Fluorescent)
2.buy some test tubs/beakers
i dont know where to get or for cheap maybe ebay or a school (most likely safer)
3.buy a lot of markers
now you drain the markers into the tubs and they will glow under the black lighting
I think its very cool!!!
I started building mine about a year ago, but I was too lazy to finish. Mine brightens and dims using a skeleton key.
These are great! Is there a tutorial?
There are instructions [here
I LOVE these!
Looks awesome. I think you should share more. It's inspiration for others.
Steampunk Angel: Ha, that's cool.
Jeff! You should share pictures :]
I'm not allowed to post photos, it tells me, but here's the links:
done, then. Well, the pictures, not the lamp.
im enjoying this steampunk stuff - its new to me but will affect my art
Jeff, just wanted to let you know I saw the pictures. Those were great! I feel inspired to make one myself.
If that was you in the second shot, in the photo you remind me of the crazy Frankenstein scientist in Day of the Dead. I mean that in a good way! It's my favourite movie after all. Thanks for sharing, even though this isn't my blog :P
"He remembers! ...from before." ;)
These remind me somewhat of old fish tank bulbs perhaps? What exactly are they? I LOVE EM!
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