Tony Millionaire on speed
However, as one reads on and gets used to the calligraphy, the tale is quite good. It's a buddy story about the pirate girl and the daughter of the governor of Port Elizabeth, Jamaica, a town made famous by the Pirates of the Caribbean movie franchise. The dialogue is snappy, with just enough archaic slang to give it the appropriate Restoration Era flavor. The simple pen work is very lush and covers every square millimeter of every page. If you are a fan of heavy blacks, you will not be happy with this book. Putting all the elements of Cursed Pirate Girl together, the best way I can describe Bastain's art is Tony Millionaire on speed.