For me, the interesting part is the way you have managed to capture so well the massive (for its time) proportions of Churchward's The Great Bear, while clearly knowing nothing about the technical side of steam locomotives. The impressionistic rendition of tracks in the foreground (again, with no knowledge of how railway tracks actually work) nevertheless shows very effectively the way these details often float vaguely in the foreground of period photographs.
Since I find strong echoes in the buildings here of 1945 photos of German cities destroyed by bombing, the picture as a whole says some interesting things about the strength - and perhaps the arrogance - of technology at its best and simultaneous worst. In fact, when you look at it like that, the rising steam and smoke look a bit like the mushroom cloud of an atomic bomb. Creepy thought!
asdflkajdsf I can't even this is just the prettiest and at first I thought it was a picture but then no, watercolour. It's breathtaking how good you are with watercolours...acsolutely stunning work here, and congratulations on the well-deserved Daily Deviation!
Im not sure how to describle my feeling for such an amazing drawing. The way the buildings 100m over the area is breathtaking---> the smog from the train creates a beautiful effect as it floats through the center of the buildings.