Gregg Robertson


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Just completed this site of my work.
Address is at:

www.geocities.com/greggy12580/greatliners.html

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Jason D. Tiller

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Greg,

Those are terrific drawings and you've put a lot of hard work into them. I agree with Brandon, the drawing of the Britannic is impressive!

Best regards,

Jason
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The four new additions are terrific! You did a wonderful job of drawing them. Again, I like the Britannic the most (I must have a thing for that ship). I like the way you drew her from the stern. Keep up the excellent work!


Cheers,
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-B.W.
 
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Philippe Delaunoy

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Greg,

Congratulations for your fantastic work.

Let me ask you a favour. On the Main Page there is a TERRIFIC drawing of the Nomadic but I can't find it on Pages 1&2. You probably know my sacerdotal engagment for the preservation of the ship. Could you please send me a copy of your drawing that I could use with your permission for the benefit of the "Nomadic Preservation Project" ?

Many thanks in advance.

Phil
 
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Mikael Jonsson

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Your drawings are very good. How long does it take to draw one?
 
Usually about half an hour - what i do is look at many different images of the one ship and (depending upon its location).
I try to be as accuarate as I can.
For example, The Empress of Britain was docked in Southampton when Olympic was laid up and Majestic was berthed infron of Windsor Castle in 1936.
Glad you like them - theres plenty more coming!
Gimme some suggestions within my powers lol
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Greg,

Have you ever considered drawing a wreck? I'm sure you could make a terrific rendering of the Britannic lying on her side on the bottom! Just a suggestion.


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-B.W.
 
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