These are 2 landships I drew last year in school. They're both from a fictional world I made up, that was recently devastated by magic, so the people have turned to technology and steam for most of their needs, though mages and shamans still exist.
The first ship was the first Land Battleship ever built, the Flying Serpent. It was built by the City-state of Minoa, and was designed to serve as a mobile fortress, rather than a front line warship. At the stern are several gates that deploy either/or various mecha, powered by steam and clockwork mechanisms; standard cavalry and infantry; and other such things. It's prow scoop is really a series of massive saw blades that were designed to cut through the jungles of Minoa's colonies.
The second was carved out of magical, nevermelting ice at the North Pole with armor plates bolted and magically welded to protect critical parts. It places an emphasis on ramming an enemy ship and boarding it rather than bombarding a target at long range, due to the fierce blizzards that plague the north. The guns are there to deter other landships from getting close enough to board, and to distract enemies.
Both ships are powered by massive steam engines in their bows and stern. The second ship has a series of massive skates replacing the treads of the Flying Serpent.