Saturday, January 24, 2009

Teacup Preservation System

I have added the downpipe and valve.

These are the inside workings of the Preservation System. It consists of a steam driven dynamo that powers the climate control systems and the Ultraviolet Protection Wave Generator.


  1. Wow! I love what you are doing with the Steam Punk genre. I also tend to make more guy ceramics, both in form and color palettes. I want to commend you for your great videos on Youtube as well!

  2. Hi Tim, my name is Rachel Levy, and I'm a BFA ceramics student at the University of Central Florida. I'm in my final semester, which means I'll be presenting my pieces in a few shows near the end of the semester. I'm actually working on a series of steampunk style works too! So far, I haven't made much, mostly sketches. Mine is more of a cross between steampunk and nature. Sounds weird, but its coming along pretty nicely. Right now I'm mostly doing Rayguns. Any imput or suggestions you have would be GREAT....glaze recipes, tricks or tips. No pressure though...haha. Keep up the good work.

  3. Sorry Rachel,
    I haven't been able to respond in an email or another way. I have video on youtube of some of the steampunk work I have done in the past. The Biotech approach comes easily after working only a short time with the steampunk genre, I am working on steamy insects. here is the link to one of the youtube videos