exhaustion - courage - oppression all conveyed
Thanks! I love to focus on the expressions and emotions when creating these scenes!
brilliant once again !
composition , scupt and painting make this diorama masterful !
love the atmosphere
Thanks my friend, I love to create and atmosphere when doing these scenes!
Gold for ever !
Wow…. Incredible job !!
Awesome Job!!! What a great diorama!!!
Thank you so much!!!
I saw it in person and fell in love with it. such great art works sir.
Thank you, I really enjoyed doing this one, even the tartan!
And it is just Mike!!!
your works are the proove that an historical piece can be dramatic, balanced, expressive and dynamic.
Yes indeed my dear friend. Dramatic art is how you approach and create a scene or a single figure. I never really cared if it is fantasy, historical or a civilian. Great art is great art, regardless!
I love to see a creation that moves me, that create an emotion and a bond with the viewer. Th subject is secondary. Thanks for all your support and inspiration!
Tackar Mr Super Swede!!!
The power of your vision.. I’m so fashinated. I read your book, everyone should read it, and I keep it always ready to read it again.
Thank you for the kind words, and I so glad you like the book!!!
Beautiful work Mike!
Great to see all these excellent vignettes, Mike, Gold of course! I remember when you swept the board at our ‘Soldiers’ Show in Glasgow all those years ago! The career has progressed in great strides!
Dear Clive, I remember with fondness that show. Great times and a great show! Thanks for your kind words!!!
Stunning once again. I hope to see yout work in person one day!
Thanks Jakob!!! Yes, I do hope we will meet in the near future! I will attend some shows this year, finally!!!
Que c’est beau, bravooooo
At long last.Someone who can paint tartan as it would have been in the highlands at this time.GOLD
And you should know, being a Scot yourself! Yes, these are no the late Victorian romantic version of the Clansman and the their tartan…
The starved, tired and outnumbered army in rags under “Bonnie” was something else. I have always found this battle very interesting to study, the background, the participants and the inevitable outcome…
Thanks my friend!