After many hours of hard work, I've now completed my drawing of the new world's largest cruise ship, Royal Caribbean International's Harmony of the Seas. I'm really proud of it so hope that you like it!
The brand new 227,000 tonne cruise ship arrived in Southampton earlier this morning for the very first time. Unfortunately I couldn't be there in person as I was busy finishing my drawing but can't wait to step aboard on Sunday and set sail on our 4 night cruise. I'm looking forward to meeting so many of you too.
Whilst on board I hope to have the chance to meet with the Captain to present my drawing to him. Harmony of the Seas will be the 75th ship which my drawings have been presented or displayed aboard.
You can view more photos of the drawing in our A-Z drawing gallery. Below are just a few questions and answers about the drawing. Should you have another question please don't be shy and ask away!
Question: How large is the drawing?
Answer: Like the giant ship itself my drawing is on a huge scale too. It's nearly 7 feet long and 19 inches tall!
Question: How long did it take to draw?
Answer: I started work on the drawing on 29 April and finished it on 17 May. In total I would estimate I spent around 50 hours drawing and colouring the ship.
Question: Where is the drawing going?
Answer: The drawing will be presented to Captain Gus Andersson during our 4 night cruise on board.
Question: Can I get a drawing of Harmony of the Seas?
sAnswer: Like all my drawing, this is a unique one-off as I do not produce prints of my artwork. However should you be interested in a drawing of Harmony of the Seas, you can complete our get a quote form for more information or contact us directly.
Harry Cotterill set up his blog when he was just 16-years old, making him one of the youngest cruise bloggers in the world. In later years he became known across the world for his amazing talent of drawing cruise ships!