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All crafters need references and sourcebooks to inspire the muse and get the gears turning. And Steampunk is no exception to that rule. Need help creating your own accessory or wardrobe. Or would you simply like the oddity or curiosity item to make people gawk or take a long look. Here are some sources.

SteampunkEdit

  • Ann VanderMeer, Jeff VanderMeer
    • "Steampunk"
    • "Steampunk II: Steampunk Reloaded"
  • Art Donovan
    • "The Art of Steampunk: Extraordinary Devices and Ingenious Contraptions from the Leading Artists of the Steampunk Movement"
  • Dr. Grymm, Barbe Saint John
    • "1,000 Steampunk Creations: Neo-Victorian Fashion, Gear, and Art (1000 Series)"
  • Jay Strongman
    • "Steampunk: The Art of Victorian Futurism"
  • Jean Campbell
  • Jeff VanderMeer, S. J. Chambers
    • "The Steampunk Bible: An Illustrated Guide to the World of Imaginary Airships, Corsets and Goggles, Mad Scientists, and Strange Literature"
  • Jema “Emilly Ladybird” Hewitt Hewitt
  • Prof. M.C. Waldrep
    • "Steampunk Sourcebook (Dover Pictorial Archive)"
  • Thomas Willeford
    • "Steampunk Gear, Gadgets, and Gizmos: A Maker's Guide to Creating Modern Artifacts"

Victorian EraEdit

  • Autumn Stephens
    • “The Essential Handbook of Victorian Entertaining”
  • Cynthia Hart, John Grossman
  • Dee Davis, Gail Cooper
    • “The Victorian Scrap Gallery: A Collection of over 500 Full-Color Victorian-Era Images”
  • Dover
    • “A Victorian Lady's Scrapbook”
  • Lucy Le Grand
    • “Miss Lucy's Victorian Book”
    • “Miss Lucy's Victorian Scrapbook”
  • Priscilla Dunhill
    • “A Victorian Scrapbook”
  • Robert Opie
    • “Victorian Scrapbook”
  • Stephen Carter
    • “A Victorian Scrapbook”
  • Thomas E. Hill
    • “The Essential Handbook of Victorian Etiquette”
  • Wendell Schollander, Wes Schollander
    • “Forgotten Elegance: The Art, Artifacts, and Peculiar History of Victorian and Edwardian Entertaining in America”

Edwardian EraEdit

  • Robert Opie
    • "Edwardian Scrapbook"
  • Wendell Schollander, Wes Schollander
    • “Forgotten Elegance: The Art, Artifacts, and Peculiar History of Victorian and Edwardian Entertaining in America”

Neo-VictorianEdit

  • Linda S. Lichter
    • “Simple Social Graces: Recapturing the Joys of Gracious Victorian Living”
    • “Simple Social Graces: Recapturing the Lost Art of Gracious Victorian Living”
    • “The Benevolence of Manners: Recapturing the Lost Art of Gracious Victorian Living”

External LinksEdit

Other BooksEdit

Sources: Books and etc.
The Art of Steampunk: Extraordinary Devices and Ingenious Contraptions from the Leading Artists of the Steampunk Movement by Art Donovan

Altered Curiosities: Assemblage Techniques and Projects by Jane Ann Wynn and Tonia Davenport

Autumn Steam's Marvelous Handcrafted Collectibles 2011: An Annual Journey Through Steampunk Art (Volume 2) by A. Anglin and A. Agin
Drawing Steampunk: How to Illustrate Your Own Fanatical Contraptions, Imaginative Devices, and Neo-Victorian Fashions by Jonathan Buck
The Encyclopedia of Fantastic Victoriana by Jess Nevins and Michael Moorcock
Encyclopedia Gothica by Lisa Ladouceur and Galy Pullin
Goth: Vamps and Dandies by Gavin Baddeley
How to Draw Steampunk: Discover the secrets to drawing, painting and illustrating the curious world of science fiction in the Victorian Age by Joey Marsocci, Allison DeBlasio and Bob Berry
How to Draw & Design Steampunk Supersize TP by Rod Espinoza
How to Draw Steampunk Supersize by Ben Dunn
How to Draw Steampunk Pocket Manga by Rod Espinosa

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