Monday, 27 May 2013

Our Baby


Captain Bayley's 

NEWEST addition to the 'Infernal Perambulator Family', 

BEHOLD: The 'Infernal Dichoto-Velocipod'

(though by the internet, it's sure to become 'Steampunk AT-ST)

Be amazed as the twin piston, coal powered smoke choker, dashes between the trunk-like legs of the older, 
'Infernal Mechano-Perambulator' titan. 

Gasp as the beast strides with physical science defying manoeuvres 
at speeds comparable to a well loaded horse 
(and due to respirator amalgamations).

It is with great pleasure that both of these fine machines can be presented to you today, to coincide, with not just the completed manufacture of both, not only the launch of a Twitter, FB, Flickr and Instagram outlet, COMBINED, but also the arrival of some fine weather (at least here in the Isles of Great Britain).

You are cordially thanked for taking time from your schedule to peruse these fine creations, or to have sought out the source of these images from another source.

Your 'Likes' are most welcomed, as are comments or requests.

Keep building, keep creating.

Good day to thee.

 Regards, Captain Bayley

Captain Bayley's Infernal Mechano-Perambulator...

On Sunday 22nd April 2013, the Infernal Mechano-Perambulator set out on her maiden voyage to 'The Internet'.

Quickly being taken up to her new home, sites began touting her as a shiny tricket and she was quickly flattered by many kindly comments and requests for purchase.

'Captain Bayley' initially made this fair creature for another, his bride to be, as an engagement gift (initially our AT-ATs were acquired as christmas gifts, yet soon developed a life of their own (radios, 1930 camouflage and finally weathered maritime  [some prefere to call her 'Steampunk']) however this one stood taller than the rest.

As an engagement gift, this beast is not for sale, being dearly cherished by my betrothed, however, I now have an excuse to run wild with my imagination, eagerly spurred on by the hugely warming response from 'The Internet'.

I don't have much to share with you at the moment, but thank you for stopping by and more machines will be calling in here, in the near future.

Thank you and good night.

PS. If you would care to 'like' us, delve into future developments via 'flickr' or get in-touch (I could be persuaded to do some commissions, if I think I can deliver on an idea.)