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Watson Tests His Weaponized Mechanical Arm

"A certain underground tunnel, abandoned some time previously, following the inauguration of a more modern line, located at some little distance from Baker Street, at once struck me as an ideal place in which to test dangerous explosive devices, being near enough to a noisy underground construction site as to render the sounds of my practice runs quite indistinguishable from the rumbling cacophony of the latter."

-Steampunk Holmes: Legacy of the Nautilus by P.C. Martin


Sherlock Holmes meets Captain Nemo

As we pick up the pace in order to complete the art work for Steampunk Holmes: Legacy of the Nautilus, Daniel completes another illustration for the book. In this scene, written by P.C. Martin, Sherlock Holmes, disguised as a surly sea captain, meets with his antagonist Captain Nemo Jr. at a shady tavern called the Stinking Wharf.


The Black Widow Chases an Air Ship!

Although the blog has been a little quiet, we haven't been twiddling our thumbs.  The final draft of the manuscript is almost finished - just need to go over it with a couple of Steampunk and Sherlockian editors! Once the manuscript is completed the text-only version of "Steampunk Holmes: Legacy of the Nautilus" novella will be published to and B&N as a traditional eBook (sans images) just in time for the Holidays.

The art work for the interactive iPad edition is still in full swing. Above is a completed illustration from one of the final scenes of the book where Holmes and Watson, aboard the Black Widow, chase an Airship with gatling gun blazing.  Very cool and I can't wait for people to see it animated!

We are also planing the campaign and hope to launch that in early December - hopefully people will see how great this project is and help support the final development of the iPad version.   

Please help us spread the word to raise awareness of the project. We are working hard to bring you a class 'A' adaptation that should please Steampunkers and not a few Sherlock Holmes fans.