So, here are the few shots I managed to get of the Exhibition before we had to leave. My biggest regret of the whole weekend was that I didn't get more time in there, because the things we did get to see were simply amaaaazing.
A great shot of steampunk Glinda's costume. In this light I realized that the top of her bodice almost looks like it's been soaked through with blood, and the shreds and tatters look like drips. A bit morbid, sure, but beautifully done.
Here's the Tin Man:
I amended my last post to include this, but again, I believe this is the actual costume used in Heartless, The Story of the Tin Man. Be sure to check it out; it's a great short film.
There were rocket packs galore:
And here's that steampunk scooter from the parade:
John and my dad ended up talking to the guy who made this almost the entire time we were there. I wonder if that means they can build me one, now. :)
These two were both creepy and fascinating:
The girl had a brass fan and scrolled metal work covering her face, plus lots of intricate gizmos (technical term) on her fingers and leg:
There were even some nice jewelry pieces out:
Most of the tables were covered and they were ushering out of the room by this point, so here's my last shot:
If any of you have a link for more pics from the exhibition, please, share them in the comments!