This is rather nicely done. I've been thinking about some Greco-roman stuff in one of my play-by-emails of late and this just stuck out in the list of stuff I saw in one of my groups as being a very well done piece. Thanks for sharing it!
Actually, the idea that the ships passed between the colossus' legs is a myth, popularized in Renaissance and 18th and 19th century art. It's kind of too bad because I like the idea. It sure would be a spectacular way to enter the harbor. Accurate descriptions depict the colossus as shown in the image above., which is still spectacular, in my opinion. As someone who has made a 3D model (and rendered images) of the Great Lighthouse of Alexandria, I think it's really cool that someone else has done another of one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Great job.
I thought that too...I 've created the statue with the help of a History & archaiology professor from Rhodes... They have calculated that if the statue's legs where open, they have to be approximately 100 meters from one leg to another, for a trireme with oars to pass... And it was a bury port, for sure... Anyway, thx a lot for the comment man!