Hello everyone on the Boards!
I hope this post finds you through the tidal wave of Hagah entries.
It’s been a while since I’ve done a legit digital painting, but I was itching to do some experimenting and wound up with this.
Context: As always, this comes from a recent scene in my D&D campaign. For a while we’d been on a bit of a pirate adventure aboard a ship called The Flying Dragon. One of our party members, Syphira Blackmoore, was once the captain of this ship.
Our crew intended to sail to the town of San Vera Don to find the map to a lost city of gold, but along the way we were intercepted by the fleet of the Volusian Empire. Chief among their ships was a legendary vessel, impossibly large and equipped with destructive fire power far beyond conventional weaponry: The “City on the Sea.” As our session ended, we were left only with the terrifying image of this monstrous ship dwarfing our galleon.
We’ve been through quite a lot since, but this moment definitely stuck with me. It became one of the most tense and interesting turning points we’ve had so far.
I’ll be honest in that I feel I haven’t done the City on the Sea justice in terms of its sheer size and presence, but I wanted to emphasize the stand-off and the sheer insignificance of the Flying Dragon in comparison.
Anyways, just wanted to share this one, hope you all find it interesting!
Whoever can guess the closest as to what happened when we faced this ship wins the cookie this time:
Comment and Discuss!