Monday, 23 November 2009


This is the 'Auto-Transversive Armoured Perambulator' or 'A.T.A.P', but she's affectionatley known as Tabatha. She was also an experiment in colouring technique, I like how she came out but I doubt I'll adopt the style completley. I'll save it for special occasions or something...

Notes from the owners manual, 1859: The A.T.A.P, or Auto-Transversive Armored Perambulator, (affectionately known as Tabatha) is a prototype automobile using new pionering techniques in gaseous manipulation and combustion.
She runs on a prototype five chambered steam compression en
gine with an advanced hydrogen fuel injection system and auxillery feeds to power her rear mounted projectile turret.
Her chassis is of the finest British steel and her bodywork of steel and iron, layered together for strength and durability to stand strong against the most viscious of foes; ornately decorated in hand crafted brass and gold, keeping her mechanisms running like clockwork (which much of her is) and free from decay. With a standard top speed of over one hundred and ten kilometers per hour and the ability to accelerate to it in ten seconds, combined with her strenth and firepowe
r, she could well be the top of any gentleman's arsenal.

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