I always loved this story...but Hans Christian Andersen was seriously messed up!
Oh son of a bludger! This is dramatic and exquisitely detailed and just jaw-droppingly amazing. I love it to pieces.
i love this one so much. very beautiful color and composition.
i love this story. beautiful illustration.
beautiful. i love that story!
My gosh, the colours are just amazing... this is such an amazing story, and you've done it justice fabulously! Well done
This looks as if it were embroidered with rich fabrics upon some glorious tapestry. Also, the flames are somewhat reminiscient of medieval illustrations (which fascinate me with their not-so-traditional depiction of things with unordinary depictions of depth).
Gorgeous illustration of one of my favorite stories!
Beautiful! Your works are so rich with detail.
Absolutely gorgeous works! What do you use to colour these?
Thank you I color them digitally with a variety of textured brushes in photoshop cs3
Remarkable! Your work is just amazing and brilliantly detailed.
I like the colors-- what medium?
Nice detail and beautiful colors!
One of my favourite fairy tales - this is simply wonderful! You have such a gorgeous style
This is gorgeous
Quite awesome, has kind of a printmaking feel to it. Love the details and designs.
Fabulous, and wonderfull!!
i love this! Beautiful.
That is awesome. OuO
I actually cannot find words to describe this so I'll just be faving it to show my extreme appreciation.
Gorgeous colors and details! One of my favorite Andersen tales!
Ah, that's so beautiful and a wonderful illustration of the story.
Every detail of this picture is wonderful. I love your style
“Onward! Onward! Soldier! For death thou canst not shun.”
I am so impressed. You are so good.
lovely style and composition- your art convey nostalgic feeling while being fresh and new, I am absolutely enjoying it :]
Fantastic as always. One of my favorites you've done by far.
You have such a charming style, I really love it! Great work with color too. May I ask what medium you used to color it?