Airships of Marrakesh, Part 1
I started something a few weeks ago, and have been updating fairly regularly ever since. It’s called Airships of Marrakesh, and this is the first, unedited, rough rough draft. Enjoy. The rest of the story(as I keep writing it) can be found on my blog, thekiltedgerman.wordpress.com The form came out of nowhere, and Janus felt a fist connect with his side as he slammed into the wall,...
Airships of Marrakesh, Part 3 →
Now live on my blog. Check it out. I’m aiming for an update every two days. Rough and unedited, but it’s there.
cyanidegirl asked: where ndo you get your steampunk clothes from, if you don't make them yourself?
Artisan Dice Kickstarter! →
2 hours to go, with only $286 before hitting a massive $80,000! Check it out, it’s worth taking a look at - a small $7 donation gets you a wooden die, with the rewards only getting cooler from there!
Artisan Dice Kickstarter →
If you’ve ever played any sort of roleplaying game, and sat around a table with friends rolling dice to hit monsters, then you need to check out this Kickstarter campaign. It’s in the final stages, only a few hours to go, but the rewards are incredible and the success of the campaign is amazing. The guy who’s doing it, Charlie Brumfield, is making handcrafted wooden dice out of...
Victorian Era Fangirl Guide: Bizarre Victorian... →
vicfangirlguide: The Cannibal Club was a radical Victorian dining club composed of various famous artists and intellectuals such as Dante Gabriel Rossetti, George Augustus Sala and William Morris. This club sought to analyze ‘deviant’ sexual behaviour by encouraging members (known as Cannibals) to undertake personal investigations into these taboo practices and report back with their findings....