Monday, July 14, 2008

A foggy situation.


So, I know you've heard the stories of Captain Morgan, William Kidd, Anne Bonny, and of course the infamous Blackbeard. The pirates of the Caribbean. But did you know the story of Captain Noah and his infamous Ark? Scholars are still a little foggy with the details, but I can assure you that Noah has been around the world and had his fair share of animal pirate booty! Legend says he had 2 of every animal aboard his rigger, and that the infamous Ark has not been found to this day!

18 comments:

Digital Scott's Illustrationblog said...

A very nice scene! Great colors.

elizabeth said...

Ha! Nice story and take on the theme. And as usual, I absolutely love your style.

Josh (musarter) said...

Great style. I really like the color, texture and composition.

Xavier Salomó said...

I love "The story os us"... it's magic and sensitive!
Congratulations!

Sarah Ackerley said...

love your style! These Bible story illos are great. Are you involved in the SF SCBWI?

scott e said...

The texture, color and composition is wonderful. I enjoyed your web site and other work.

I haven't sold any of the images you refered to when you commented on my blog, but if there is something you are interested in I am sure we could work something out. A Trade!

Alina Chau said...

beautiful!

mam'zelle rouge said...

Great style ! Very beautiful illo :)

Bella Sinclair said...

What a fun interpretation of Noah! Wonderful, colorful illustration, too!

Edrian Thomidis said...

Beautiful texture and composition. Nicely done!

Bobo Cat said...

lovely images, great colors too!

mike r baker said...

Life of Pi... with happier results. :)

Great illustration, Woody!

life without novacaine said...

Great colors! Nice illo!

Curious Art said...

Funny concept-- that Noah was reportedly fond of the bottle of rum (or whatever) too. Yo ho ho!

Eric Barclay said...

Wonderful illustration-- really like your style.

Shirley said...

I really like this..do you have a book of this story...I would like to buy it.

Lisa M Griffin said...

wow... this is really beautiful. Your technique makes the illustration look like it was created on felt and soft to the touch. Thanks for sharing.

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