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Windthin's Goggles - Final Stage Back by Windthin Windthin's Goggles - Final Stage Back by Windthin
I wanted to make myself a pair of goggles, both for the steam punk/mad scientist angle, and to protect my eyes during the harsh winters here. Modern glasses styles tend to be very small and don't do much to guard the eyes against the winds the town I live in is infamous for.

This is the finished product. Blue tape was used again while I gave it several coatings of weather proofing spray and some touch-ups. An old leather belt was cut apart to make the strap and attached using copper brads; a thick nail was used to make the holes in the goggles and belt. The straps are decorated with mechanical-looking beads held in place with wire, and electrical tape is applied on the inside so that the wire doesn't catch on my hair. I've purposely left a fair bit of belt sticking forward on either side to make them even more customizable potentially.

This is a look at them from behind, with the copper-leafed buckle. This is the fourth of six pictures of my wife modeling them for me in this stage.

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