Daniel Proulx married his love of Dungeons and Dragons with his steampunk jewelry making hobby and produced this handsome sculpture based around a taxidermy reptile eye:
Since I was I kid I've been a fan of Dungeons and Dragons.
The Beholder has always been one of the most feared monster... Here's my first Beholder-Steampunk-Robot .
I plan to make bigger one, this one is only 4 cm large .
Right upper arm: You can imagine that arm shooting a disintegrating
Left upper arm: Triple saw made from vintage brass clock gear.
Top arm: Made from mysterious yellow amber.
Bottom arm: a single magnetic wheel for an alternative transport and stability.
Beholders floatshover above the ground. They are known to be obsessively tyrannical.
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