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HLS Stork
I now present to you His LordShips Stork! As promised, the Stork is a Hummingbird carrier... which is pretty much a bigger Hummingbird. Why, you ask, is this called the Stork? Well the answer is simple: I was gonna call it the Pelican, but with Halo, you know how many people would be like "d00d! Taht 1sn7 teh M4573rCheef's P3lican!11eleven11!1!1!" And so I figured I'd go with the next best delivery bird: the infamous Stork. Instead of dropping babies on you it drops whirring machines of death. But hey, from a parent perspective it's the same, isn't it? :P CC is welcome and encouraged! Good building and have a nice day!
About this creation
The Stork is powered by two backward thrust propelers, and kept aloft by a single might UpityUp (R) Engine, build by Dr. Professor, the pioneering engineer for His LordShip. A single boiler powers all three engines, taking up the entire center module, forcing the pilot chair to be attached outside of the vessle.

A close up of the pilot and the controls.

The communications array and double steam release point for the boiler.

How a Hummingbird is attached to the Stork. Please, for your veiwing and my sanity, ignore the giant orange pillar holding the Stork in the air. I was pressed for time.


A closer look at the attachment point.

These are Hummingbird 2.0. They feature an advanced veiwing periscope and a grenade launcher to replace the second anti-infantry gun.

The Hummingbird can be found in the Steampunk folder of my page for a closer look at the Hummingbird 1.0.

Fourthwall:
After this breif foray into Steampunk I'm coming out really liking this little style. I don't think I'm going back for now, but later on, let's see what happens. I may well build a Steampunk empire to conqure the world in the name of His LordShip someday. As of posting this the Stork and both the Hummingbirds are dead and gone. All, that is, but the pilot seat of the Stork, just because it looks cool and incase anyone decides they are to lazy to figure it out for themselves and ask for instructions. Constructive Critism is welcome and encouraged! Good building and have a nice day!



Comments

 I made it 
  November 3, 2009
Quoting Darden Carpico I was wondering, are you going to go to Brickfair 2010? I might and I was going to ask if you are going, so I could meet you in person.
Well I would love to meet you (and Cody), unfortunently I won't being going to Brickfair. However, I will definently be going back to Brickcon, which was amazing. And I nearly got the cost of entry to bring something back in free stuff... totally worth it!
 I like it 
  November 3, 2009
I was wondering, are you going to go to Brickfair 2010? I might and I was going to ask if you are going, so I could meet you in person.
 I like it 
  October 14, 2009
Cool! I like the look of it! and... I'M BACK!!! (Yes, I did not die and turn into a slobbering dead zombie...)
 I like it 
  September 6, 2009
Good work, I really love your steam-punk! The only problem I have is the photography. The pics need to be better, it just looks cleaner that way. Otherwise though it's a great creation, and keep up the good work!
 I made it 
  September 1, 2009
Quoting Cody G yeah, james is a lot easier to say than mattrikan. lol
That was the idea. That way if I meet anyone at Brickcon and they ask for a username, then James is a bit easier.
 I like it 
  September 1, 2009
yeah, james is a lot easier to say than mattrikan. lol
 I made it 
  September 1, 2009
Quoting Cody G so you're james now, huh?
Oh, yeah, that. Read my home page for some more info about that. I should also be posting a sigfig when I finally figure out what pieces look like me.
 I like it 
  August 31, 2009
so you're james now, huh?
 I made it 
  August 31, 2009
Quoting Cody G yeah, you posted this twice. but the build itself was great! I like the mix of the steampunk helicopterish look with a somewhat modern VTOL look. I don't know if that was intentional or not, but it made the design a lot sleeker and more elegant. great job!
Thanks. I'm doing something about the double post now.
 I like it 
  August 31, 2009
yeah, you posted this twice. but the build itself was great! I like the mix of the steampunk helicopterish look with a somewhat modern VTOL look. I don't know if that was intentional or not, but it made the design a lot sleeker and more elegant. great job!
 
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