steampunk spain

Okay I had this idea of drawing a Hetalia Fanart picturing a character as a bird of paradise (dt. Paradiesvogel) and as I am a huge Spamano-Fan I drew Romano as this bird-hybrid.
I have got this idea of a verse in which there is a mixture of Steampunk and nature elements. Spain/Toni is a adventurer or a scientist who is interested in exotic creatures and so he travels around the world and at one point he is in a strange forest where he meets Romano. So we have the steampunk side, mechanical stuff and science vs. Nature. I really like this idea.

Hetalia Steampunk Clothing

Spain: Would have lots of red and gold in his outfit, usually not seen with a hat but instead goggles. Have two pocket watches, and a red handkerchief.

Romano: Would try to keep his outfit simple and formal. Wearing big boots with metal on his arms, he would also have a clock located on his boots. Some tattoos showing from his chest.

Italy: Would usually be seen with black goggles around his neck, and a long black tailcoat. He would have a vest with black stripes with hidden words in them.

Germany: Tattoos covering both of his arms with black gloves, a black tail coat lines with gold.

Hong kong: A white shirt accompanied with red suspenders, goggles loosely hanging around his neck. He would also have red loose pants and a pocket watch.

Iceland: Would have a utility belt and a white shirt with a black bow tie and black gloves with the occasional hole.

Norway: Would have a dark blue shirt with black suspenders, a black trench coat and a black tie. Would also have a blue emerald necklace.

Denmark: Would have tattoos covering his whole body with a red shirt, black vest and sometimes a black trench coat. Would also wear black knee-high boots.

Sweden: Would have a mechanical monocle with a scuffed up top hat and striped black and grey shirt and pants,

Finland: Very simple with a light blue shirt, a white vest, a flat white hat and three pocket watches crossing his body.

Austria: Would have a red vest with a pocket watch, on a white shirt, black tail coat and a red bowtie.

Hungary: Very big elegant dark green dress, a monocle and a small black hat. She would have little clocks on the side of her left eye.

Prussia: Would have a clock arm band, a brown leather jacket, white shirt with brown suspenders, knee-high brown leather boots.

Russia: A long brown trench coat with brown and gold boots, lots of buttons. Buttons on his trench coat, brown vest, down the right side of his pants.

Canada: Red and black striped pants with no vest, a black shirt and a red tail coat and a black bow tie. He Would also have a old broken pocket watch with a maple leaf on it.

America: Would have a top hat with clock designs in it, a ripped black tailcoat and a red shirt with black pants. He would also have leather gloves with many holes in them.

China: Would have a flat black hat with a clock necklace around his neck. Black shirt with gold lace, black matching pants, tall plain black boots and no jacket.

France: Would change his outfit colours quite a bit, a dark blue shirt with a long black tail coat, lots of rings, classy shoes and would sometimes have a cain with him.

England: A top hat accompanied by a striped black and green tail coat, vet and pants. He would also have a pocket watch in mint condition and black gloves.

Japan: Would keep it simple with a simple white vest with a pocket watch, sometimes having a pair of white and yellow glasses with him.

Belarus: Short black and white dress with striped stockings, hair done up very elegantly with a black veil. Tattoos covering one arm.

Ukraine: Would wear a long black and dark blue dress, with a matching pair of huge goggles that usually sit on her head. Small heeled shoes with wind designs in them.

Netherlands: Would change colours with his outfit a lot, usually has a cane with him, a vest, tail coat and pocket watch.

Belgium: Would wear a short, puffy brown dress with a white top, a small hat that matches and boots that have a thousand designs in them. She would also have a leather jacket.

You can always request more characters or add on!


Meanwhile in Zaragoza, Spain


The Caprice of Gaudí (in Spanish El Capricho de Gaudí) is an Art Nouveau style palace, baroque and Hispano-Arabic designed between 1883 and 1885 by the Spanish architect Antoni Gaudí in Comillas, Spain.