Tuesday, May 10, 2011


"BLUEBLOOD" death ray prince .75back 510 by broken toys
"BLUEBLOOD" death ray prince .75back 510 a photo by broken toys on Flickr.

A bit of an antique even by Victorian standards, this one comes with a bedtime story ... We all know the tale of Young Prince Angatov's stolen crown and unjust banishment.
We all know how he spent his life wreaking vengeance upon those who betrayed his country and killed his family. And how from henceforth, he trusted only two things - his loyal airship crew and his pistol ... built from his grandfather's flintlock and a heart full of pain, we present -
Originally handsmithed in the Royal armouries, an inexhaustible ambergoen crystal for power, brass gears for clockwerk precision every firing, double buckled barrel for support, and triple fin radiator and four pressure gauges means no guesswork.
"The Prince of Nowhere" had an exactness for executing the construction of this gun and in executing his enemies.
So, call him a pirate or a hero or maybe a lost soul - this is the pistol that made history ... and for your consideration, the history that made the pistol.

Available for purchase - http://www.etsy.com/listing/47391311/steampunk-death-ray-hand-gun-for-air

Also cool -
This and some other artwork of mine are in the new book
to be released in May 2011.
320 pages, 1000 illustrations
$25, $5 s&h .... Contact me if you are interested in a copy

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