Steampunk is a great-dream-style of a very interesting and very popular in the 1980s and 1990s. This affects all areas of genres such as fashion, film, music, art drawings, sculpture, homes design architecture and appliances and many other. There are 20 pictures Steampunk digital art that I found on my computer directory and documented here. Previously, descriptions of the following statement is to explain what it is about Steampunk and a little history there is to know.
In general, Steampunk category, including any science fiction that recently occurred in recognizable historical periods (sometimes alternate history version of the actual historical period) where the Industrial Revolution had already begun but electricity has not been widespread, with an emphasis on steam-or spring-driven gadgets. The most common arrangement is a historical era steampunk Victorian and Edwardian, though some in the category of “Victorian steampunk” can go from the start of the Industrial Revolution.
Some examples of this type include the novel “The Difference Engine”, comic book series “League of Extraordinary Gentlemen”, the Disney animated film “Atlantis: The Lost Empire”, and the “Space” role-playing game: 1889. Some, like the comic series “Girl Genius”, have their own individual times and places despite partaking heavily in the sense of historical time and setting.
Karel Zeman film “The Fabulous World of Jules Verne” in 1958 is a very early example of cinematic steampunk. Based on the novel by Jules Verne, Zeman film is based on the novels never imagined past. Other examples of steampunk early history of cinema, including films such as Hayao Miyazaki anime Laputa his Castle in the Sky (1986).
Steampunk usually leans more to the history of science fiction than fantasy, but there are a number of historical steampunk stories that incorporated magical elements as well. For example, “Morlock Nights” by KW Jeter revolves around an attempt to improve the magician Merlin, King Arthur to save England during the 1892 invasion of Morlocks from the future. “The Anubis Gates” by Tim Powers involves a cabal of witches among beggars and thieves early 19th century London underworld.
Paul Guinan boilerplate, biography of the robot in the late 19 Century began as a site that collects international press, when people began to believe that the Photoshop image of a robot with a real historical figure. This site has been adapted into a bound book of boilerplate history of mechanical marvel, and published by Abrams in October 2009. Because the story is set in an alternate reality, and in fact, contain detailed information on the Victorian era, when some major suppliers, the book as “steampunk story.”