The Bobbu

Busy, busy, busy…

Snake Cane WIP

Yes, what? Can’t you see I’m working? You want to know what I’ve been up to these past couple of weeks, what with being so quiet and all? Fine, fine…

To start with, I’ve been working on this here Cobra-headed walking cane that a friend of mine requested. See all those bits of metal? They’re going to be attached to make rings around the bottom of the shaft. Tis going to be splendid, I tell ye!

Mouse Bones

The bones of dead things are a regular part of a working day in the lab, of course. These ones in particular are the (finally) clean remnants of a few mice I revivified a few weeks ago. Soon they shall become some of the most delicate, intricate jewellery ever to come out of my lab. Oh yes, I have plans for these little pretties…

Brass Claws Once more, a little something for a the kinky folks is going through a little human testing. These little brass finger-claws have gone through a few iterations, and they are improving with each attempt! So far, almost all the subjects have responded positively, with the exception of one young lady who escaped her bonds. Tis impressive what fear can do to folks – I may have to conduct further research into this phenomenon.

Those of you who have been following my aethernet communicae – be it on Twitter, Facebook or Google+, will have noticed brief mention of a ‘secret project.’ I could no longer bear the weight of the deception any longer, so I now reveal to you that I am creating a steampunk carbine rifle! Tis my very first attempt at such a device, so I’m documenting every step for providence – and also to share with you, my dear minions.

Steampunk Rifle WIP

And, of course, there is the ongoing work of reviving deceased rodents (a new chap is very nearly at the end of the process – just waiting for a good storm, so no spoiler photos for you); dissection of feathered victims of car-related incidents; planning more adventurous projects; and plotting to take over the world!

Satisfied? Good. Now if you’ll excuse me, I have to get back to the lab. I fear I may have left one of the portals open, and you never know what might get through.

Published August 1, 2012 at 3:30 pm