Hi, I'm Will Segerman. I spend my time doing various creative things. Here are some of them.
The first decent recording of my band Pocketwatch. Not really "my" band but rather "our" band. Though that sounds funny. Thanks to Sound Advice and Jake Murray for making it happen!
Eleven patches of leather riveted together into an open ended dodecahedron. Add some chains and a handle and you got a handbag.
Me practicing a solo version of the Watchmaker's Apprentice. Does it count as a cover when you're in the band that originally did it? Maybe its a 'version'?[an error occurred while processing this directive]
More brass acid etching. This time it's my version of the Clockwork Quartet's steam drone logo.
Solid brass acid etched airships, soldered to cufflink mounts. A birthday present for a friend who is doing a Phd relating to airships.
A pair of cufflinks made for my stage costume with the Clockwork Quartet. They consist of an acid etched brass plate brazed to the cufflink bit.
Conductors baton. Made for the Clockwork Quartet out of brass tubing and parts salvaged from an old light fitting. Pictures thanks to Jason Griffiths.
A pair of spurs made in the steampunk aesthetic. Apart from the cogs, all components were scratch built. Created for my costume in the Clockwork Quartet.
Earrings made for my lady fiend's (correctly spelt) birthday.
The Steamdrone is a non-functioning steampunk styled musical device. Built for the Clockwork Quartet as a centrepiece for the stage show. It is designed to house a laptop, amp and speakers for any backing noises. When not set up, it all packs down into the box.
A flower made from brass and wood. Made as a wedding present for my cousin Siofra out of materials left over from the Blunderbow.
It looks like a blunderbuss but it fires crossbow bolts, hence "Blunderbow". The firing mechanism is a bungee cord which is anchored on the inside of the pump.