|11 Mar 2006|| Thomas H. Saxon|
Not to get all thinky on what is obviously a brilliant piece of art, but ... where would the water go? If its not on the earth, it would be as clouds, and the world would be dark. If it was in the ground, well, it would be a very damp desert...
|26 Jun 2006|| Redsimon|
Never read "Dune"? It could be encapsuled in living beings like on the desert planet.
|25 Jul 2006|| Radgash AkA Anton|
This reminds me of the song by sting........can't remember the name but yeah, it's a good songg and this piece of art is amazing the detail of the horendous ship is amazing.
|26 Jul 2006|| Sylvia Young|
Again..WOW! Is that pumpjack for water or oil? Very soylent greenish in your thoughts...What a very prophetic movie that has become. I remember it scaring the crap out of me way back when and even more so now...
|3 Aug 2006|| Toast|
The water could easily be underground, the sea level could have fallen, or the CO2 level of the planet could have risen, evaporating the water and placing it high up in the atmospere, where it would remain, trapping more heat and siphoning off into space. Unbelievable art. I love how a civilization was built in the shadow of a beached battleship. Could the battleship be a former shipwreck? The pumpjack could be for bringing up water from underground, where it drained long ago.
|4 Feb 2008|| Arderon|
Looks like a huge ship from dayzz of yoorrrre
|15 May 2009|| Renea D Reasoner|
Really, really interesting. I’d love to read the story that would accompany this picture.
|8 Jun 2009|| Elsa R. Oakley|
Incredible. I have nothing more to say. And your descriptions to go with your artworks are beautiful.