Before he was President of the United States, before he was overseer of the Constitutional Convention, before he was Commander of the Continental Army, before he was a congressional delegate from Virginia, before he was the Master of Mount Vernon, George Washington was a young and promising officer in the British Army on Colonial America's frontier. During the French and Indian War, as the Seven Years' War (1756-63) was referred to in the North American theater of the conflict, Washington served in multiple engagements - confrontations that were both successful and disastrous - that did much to mold the character of a young man that many contemporaries regarded as someone selected by Providence for greater things.
No, your work is very good! It reminds me of the art of Albert Uderzo.
Great colors in this one. The composition is nice too.
This is a charming and fun look at the Father of our Country. Since finding your work earlier today, I've been browsing your gallery. I love your style!
Awesome! This is completely lovely work!
Great style. Reminds me of a "Once upon a time" cartoon.
So what we have here is the young George Washington
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This is awesome! I just love your style! :3 :3
Good bit of history. Thanks.
You're welcome, and thank you for adding it to your favorites.
brilliant work! The whole set-up is very cool and excellently detailed. Love it!