Posted in Uncategorized by bowsprite on 2010/11/13

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  1. tugster said, on 2010/11/13 at 22:29

    lovely fluidity in the lines, but the color . . . the wine dark hull . . . too bad the vetting process of getting your drawing of this french vessel . . . with its being subjected to all manner of security scrutiny . . . just bleached that beautiful color away. i hope that as the art ages, its color will return, eh?

  2. Carol Lois Haywood said, on 2010/11/14 at 13:25

    What lyrical lines! Lovely drawing.

  3. mageb said, on 2010/11/14 at 17:27

    What fun. I always like your drawings, and this one is especial fun. Boy, you have been missed.

  4. Michael said, on 2010/11/15 at 09:31

    le lovely! I like how you have not shown us le rigging or le masts, but just the bottom portion (le hull). named for le port in le France!

    I grew up in an apartment complex named Le Havre, which of course in Queens was pronounced “Le Harve”

  5. Buck said, on 2010/11/15 at 09:56

    I feel like I’m in a kayak paddling up to her.
    Excellent perspective!

  6. O Docker said, on 2010/11/15 at 14:49

    I suspect from the Monkey Fist post that you have more cards up your sleeve on this bateau feu – or is it bateau fou?

    You didn’t happen to sketch that crazy double-belled euphonium of a fog signal it’s sporting, did you? Tout toot!

  7. Bill said, on 2010/11/25 at 21:29

    I love the wheelhouse windows, like the eyes of a river gal that enjoys life and a full moon tide.

  8. Pandabonuim said, on 2010/12/06 at 04:11

    What a nice blog and wonderful sketches. Thanks for sharing them.

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