Hello, and this is my first attempt at Steampunk! Since this is my first try at it, I'm open to criticism. Enjoy!
About this creation
I usually start with the front of the ship, but I have some explaining to do about how this thing works. Inside, there is a handle, which when turned, will turn some gears which will turn the engines. The handle is connected to an axle by a coil, to make the handle wind-up. When the handle is wound-up, it will spin the opposite direction it was wound, and turn the engines until they are turning at warp-speed, thus making the ship travel through space at class 1 hyperspace speeds. When the engines are moving at a good and reasonable speeds, the steam engine will start turning a small wheel, turning a gear, turning the main engine, turning the smaller engines, keeping the engines turning.
The right side of the ship.
The front side of the ship.
The left side of the ship.
On both sides of the ship, there are hatch's that can open up to let cargo and the crew outside. This a picture with one of the hatches closed.
And this is a picture of the hatch open.
The interior of the ship. Inside there are two cogs, and two antenna.
An elevated picture of the engine. This hopefully might make my explanation clearer.
And here is our captain, Indiana Jones! Indiana Jones was actually from the future you see, and went back in time, to study the social behaviors of people in the 21st century. Due to pressing the wrong button, Indy had a very bumpy ride, developing amnesia and transforming to how he looked like when he was a child. Another boy who lived in the spot where Indiana landed, looked exactly like him, and was replaced by a startled and memory-less Indiana, who than set off to have adventures on earth in a lees exciting time. Later in Indy's late 40's, he went back to his home town and found, to his surprise, his time machine. He then went back to the 24th century and lived his life as a private intergalactic mailman. His wind-up service droid, was his first possession since coming back from the 1900's. He wrote a book about his visit there and earned enough money to buy himself a ship and live a substantial, yet exciting, life. Here he is, standing with his wind-up service droid, made from mismatched parts he found in the junkyard and the cargo he has carried in his ship