|1 Sep 2005|| Susann A. Eklund|
Really impressing piece of art! How did you do that?
|1 Sep 2005|| Luule Dani Lille|
Wow. I've nevet been able to draw water so I love it. Plus the ship. It looks wonderful. All the detail and stuff:0.
|3 Sep 2005|| A. Anthony|
Incredible! You can almost hear the water against the hull and the wind whipping through the rigging! Totally awesome!
|5 May 2008|| Brigid Kathleen Nelson|
great detail! I have a soft spot for sea ships, you did a beautiful job!
|5 May 2008|| David Michael|
Great job, artistically. I love the shading and details, and the billowing fog/clouds, and ocean rollers. Very atmospheric. Note on ship construction, though: those oars would need to be much longer to be of any use at all, and for a ship of that size there would have to be many more of them along the sides, perhaps even two levels of them. There’s a reason galleys were so much smaller than galleons. But like I said, for a bit of speculative fantasy, it’s a really fun picture to look at.
|5 May 2008|| Sherri L. White|
This is so outrageously well done !!! Love your attention to detail !!! Amazing piece of art !
|17 Jul 2009|| John M Carter|
Very crisp! Beautiful ship.