SDCC Pix: Steampunk Wheelchair

July 27, 2010 @ 6:10 am | Filed under: , , ,

Coolest thing I saw at the con. These pictures don’t come close to doing it justice. I chatted briefly with the owner—she did all the work herself. Wish I’d gotten her name. Amazing craftsmanship.

More on SDCC 2010:

A few photos
Awesome sketch drawn for me by the incredible Fiona Staples
What I did at SDCC
Rick Riordan panel
LOST Encyclopedia Panel
Epic fantasy panel
Books that caught my eye (part 1)
Books that caught my eye (part 2)


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    MelanieB says:

    Very cool!

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    Maureen E says:

    That is insane! And amazing! Wow. I am definitely very impressed.

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    Tabatha says:

    I love all your pictures from Comic-Con, but this is especially awesome! I think one of the best things about Comic-Con must be feeling that human beings have a treasure trove of inventiveness inside them, which you can see from both the fans and the artists who are present.
    P.S. It’s awesome that you have gotten two manuscripts written this year! My hat is off to you.

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    Craig says:

    I’m in the process of making my own Steampunk chair off a TDX Storm foundation… I think this is the start of a whole new “trend” for those of us in chairs.

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    JeffB says:

    The owner of the wheelchair is a good friend of mine – Noel Meyer. The steampunk wheelchair has been a project for her and her family and friends for quite a long time. And you weren’t the only one to take notice – Felicia Day added it to her TwitPic feed.

    http://yfrog.com/g043etj

    And her own site:

    http://skya.shadowdragon.net/