|3 Sep 2008|| John R Farley Jr|
Now this is cool! I love the old style drawing of it too, reflecting the old style version of high tech. Per Johansson
replies: "Thanks again, John! Very glad to read nice comments! I must admit that my "Albatross" has a lot fewer propellers than described in Vernes novel, where it has over 70. For the moment I try to figure out how to draw "Terror" from his novel "Master of the World". That vehicle is, as You may know, an automobile, a boat, a submarine and an aeroplane, all in one..."
|25 Sep 2008|| Vineet Aggarwal|
Wow Nice!!! this is so cool how did u ever get to give it this look?? Per Johansson
replies: "Thank You, Vineet! Very glad You like it. Well, I just reread the Jules Vere novel, and I decided to try to draw the "Albatross" after my own imagination."
|8 Dec 2008|| John sharp|
I like your artwork, I’ll be back to have a look at it properly Per Johansson
replies: "Thanks very much, John! I just visited Your site and will try to take the time to read some of Your writings soon! "
|21 Nov 2009|| Tom Draco Noir Taylor|
Great job, Per- this is exactly what I imagined when I read the book-And I wanted to be part of the crew! Or at least go for a ride. Per Johansson
replies: "Thanks, Tom! I’ve read the book several times and was fascinated by the "Albatross". It was a very clever design for its time."
|25 Nov 2010|| Sean|
This is moments before his rivals in the Weldon Institute enticed a whale to breach near them.
Robur: "Steer us ten degrees starboard...WHAT THE HELL!!!" *smash*
"Ha! Who’s got the better machine now?" shouts a voice from the Goahead as it speeds by. Per Johansson
replies: "I see You have read the book too. Good, and thanks!"