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    Gentlemen

    —Thames, sir!

    Gentlemen of the 19th century.

    Illustrator+ArtRage. 3600x2700 pixels.

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    Sherlock Holmes has to be somewhere about. Nice work!
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    D Akey-
    in fact it's esquire Phileas Fogg. Order is not completed, and his servant is not drawn

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    Vladislav...you have such a talent with the drawing and colors and detailed work for this illustrative works. I am wondering what your intended audience is? the images are so strong and of such high quality!.... books? web-art? special clients? or just for your own pleasure?... at any rate I always look with anticipation to see what new creations you have done..

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    gxhpainter—

    Here I post all clear universal themes and subjects. I have so far only random orders. And they appear when you paint for fun

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    Very nice illustration Vladislav. As always full of humour and insight.
    One thing, which mismatch a bit is the ship. It's basically way too modern for middle 19th century. The ship's propeller was completely unknown in these times. Therefore they had large side wheels mostly combined with traditional sail rigging. They looked more or less like this one
    Last edited by Strandy; 11-06-2011 at 10:16 AM.

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    Another wonderful painting. You have really nice skin tones on this one, great job.

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    Strandy—

    The contour of the ship I found in a search engine for pictures of the 19th century is on the River Thames.
    Your example—a large vessel.

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    As usual Your illustrations are absolutely tasty and the choice of the subject and place may please also the steampunk art fan (I'm not among even liking some of that style outcomes).
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Wow he should be on an advert for toothpaste. This is a very fine and amusing painting, well done Vladislav
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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