This chap could be an adventurer in a Hongkongese action movie placed in the 1920s, a dapper Indiana Jones of the the Orient. Also, I could easily out him in my equally action-packed Ice War or Lemuria 1930s timelines. Unfortunately, I know little of Chinese script so I have no idea what the labeling says. The artist is also unknown.
Artist Mike Doscher has made several great-looking pieces of dieselpunk art.
Here is a jet-glider in a German Luftstreitkräfte livery from 1918. It would easily find its place in any of my three dieselpunk worlds: Alba (i.e. The Ice War), Lemuria and Patchwork World. Also, it would not have been inappropriate in the recent movie about Wonder Woman in World War One.
Click on the picture for a larger version. I’ll introduce a few more of Mike’s paintings here at future occasions.
A trio of dieselpunk landspeeders, for example suitable for retrostyle crossovers with Star Wars.
Artist: Egor Kudashkin (link >>> ).
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Artist: Ruud de Korte. Click on picture for a larger version.
An ice-runner straight out of my dieselpunk alt-Antarctic novel The Ice War (link >>> ). A robust machine made by mechanics at some outlying mining settlement.