Wow nice ass job , ur style is amazing . Don’t give up
For me it shows the vivid imagination of a child and the amazing places a book can take you to.
Keep the great work up
For that child can be James Hawkins on his way to Treasure Island, or maybe Peter Pan as he has fun going on adventures on the Island of Neverland or winning against that Old Codfish of a pirate Captain Hook.
Or maybe he's Captain Nemo as he travels 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea aboard his submarine the Nautilus as he explores the ocean's depths, and battling giant sea monsters. Or is racing around the world as Phileas Fogg as he tries to make it back to London within 80 days. Or maybe the British Big game hunter Allan Quatermain out on a hunt on the African Savannah. The child could even be whatever they want to be in their imagination since the Imagination of a child is only as vast as they want it to be.
Example: Silverwing(I've read this book in three days times and I enjoyed reading it that I read it again) and here's the show www.youtube.com/watch?v=UflPxE…
And the funny thing is that I have White Fang 2 on VHS(And I still have it to this day) and I've always wanted to see the first movie White Fang. but I never knew that the movie was based off of a book. Although I've read London's 'The Call of the Wild'.
And to be honest, I don't remember ever seeing the movies. Man, it's definitely time that I re-read the book and get around to watching the movies.
Also, I might have read 'The Call of the Wild' before, but I don't remember if I did or not