BeaslePunk: Steampunk ~ Fantasy ~ Scifi

THIS JUST IN! The BeaslePunk Presentation Schedule. There will be so much to see and do at the BeaslePunk exhibit you'll want to be sure and set aside enough time to perhaps just check it out, shop the art/prop gallery, and/or attend one of their presentations if you are already into, or curious about, steampunk ~ fantasy ~ and/or scifi. Following is the BeaslePunk schedule for their presentations from their exhibit (note: The BeaslePunk Emporium is open continuously from 10:00 am - 5:00 pm for shopping, picture taking, and meet n' greets both days). ------------------------------------ Saturday October 22, 2016: 11:00 am - Presentation: How Does BeaslePunk Make Their Prop Weapons? (anyone who loves steampunk ~ scifi ~ and fantasy props, cosplay, or weaponry art) 1:00 pm - Presentation: How Does Oswald Work? (anyone who is interested in watching Oswald the automaton come to life, interact with him, and learn his history) 2:00 pm - Presentation: How Do You Make a Good Steampunk Story? (aspiring writers of short stories, novels, or poetry who want to make their steampunk story the best it can be) 3:00 pm - Presentation: How Does BeaslePunk Make Their Prop Weapons? (anyone who loves steampunk ~ scifi ~ and fantasy props, cosplay, or weaponry art) 4:00 pm - Presentation: How Does Oswald Work? (anyone who is interested in watching Oswald the automaton come to life, interact with him, and learn his history) ------------------------------------- Sunday October 23, 2016: 11:00 am - Presentation: How Do You Make a Good Steampunk Story? (aspiring writers of short stories, novels, or poetry who want to make their steampunk story the best it can be) 1:00 pm - Presentation: How Does Oswald Work? (anyone who is interested in watching Oswald the automaton come to life, interact with him, and learn his history) 2:00 pm - Presentation: How Does BeaslePunk Make Their Prop Weapons? (anyone who loves steampunk ~ scifi ~ and fantasy props, cosplay, or weaponry art) ----------------------------------- All throughout the day you'll have the opportunity to meet award winning artists Sir Bwana & Lady Vixen Beasle (aka Don and Janet Beasley). They welcome photos being taken of or with them and/or Oswald the automaton. Sir Bwana and Lady Vixen are always happy to sign autographs, and they welcome picture takers to photograph their prop weapons. The mainline of BeaslePunk consists of steampunk/fantasy/scifi weaponry. Each piece is handcrafted by award winning artists, Sir Bwana and Lady Vixen Beasle (aka Don & Janet Beasley. When you see their work you'll soon see why BeaslePunk original pieces make stunning steampunk/fantasy/scifi cosplay accessories, can be used in TV - film - theater – or as old time photo studio props, or an eye-catching art piece to display in your home or themed establishment. The rich color choices along with the metallic paint accents give each piece a unique appearance all its own. The weapons and nearly 100% if the embellishments they use are re-purposed items that the artists have found during their never ending, picking adventures. The professional, modeler-style hand painted detailing gives every piece an impressive shadowed 3D look. Every piece that BeaslePunk artists Don & Janet Beasley handcraft is an original, there are no copies, and every side of every piece is different. Every piece begins as a pre-molded toy gun that the artists strip down, and disassemble. Each piece goes through (on the average) a 68 step process from concept to completion. Each piece is given a name, and that name is retired immediately, making every purchase a true collector's item. You must be 18 to purchase BeaslePunk weaponry props/art. Being multi-talented, Janet Beasley is the CEO of JLB Creatives, and also a co-author of the Journey to Publication Writing Program. In addition to showing interested guests how to make steampunk prop weapons and how Oswald the Automaton was made and comes to life, there will also be a workshop being held at the exhibit for aspiring authors wanting to learn how to write a good steampunk story! This particular adventure will be taken right from Journey to Publication's pages. So you can see there will be plenty to see and do at the BeaslePunk booth. We hope to see you there!

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Award-winning steampunk style makers, Don & Janet Beasley, are the founders of BeaslePunk (a division of JLB Creatives under Multi-Tech Productions, Inc.). Their unique cosplay weaponry props, and interactive art received “People’s Choice Award” at the Orlando Museum of Art’s “Dreams of Steam” First Thursday Event in January 2016, and have been featured in the steampunk western short film, “Sun Blade,” which was produced and filmed at Full Sail University. Their work nearly sells out at every event, including MegaCon and the Steampunk and Industrial Event in Mount Dora, Florida. Don & Janet are high school sweethearts, have been married since 1981, and have enjoyed being creative together since 1976. Don currently works at Walt Disney World as a stage technician, and Janet serves as the CEO and oversees 4 imaginative divisions of JLB Creatives. When they’re not creating they’re either playing ping pong at the Orlando Ping Pong Club, or kayaking the spring fed rivers of Florida photographing nature.