Fantasy Art Friday

Get inspired with this week’s Fantasy Art Friday, where fun fantasy artwork is combined with a writing prompt to get your creative juices flowing.

These cold, still waters are known to be among the most treacherous in the world. Many ships have foolishly sailed them, only to mysteriously vanish beneath the dark, glassy surface. Only those who dare the voyage finally learn the truth...too late. Who would ever believe  that the surrounding snow covered peaks are not made of earth and stone, but dragon? The heart of these mountains are not filled with gold and silver, but blood and fire. Will this ship manage to flee in time? Does it have any defense against the monster rising above it, or are we about to witness its complete destruction?

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2 thoughts on “Fantasy Art Friday

  1. Adam says:

    I’d actually be tempted to surprise the characters with “they’re not automatically aggressive.”
    Maybe the crew carefully watch for signs of dragons, and steer clear, only for one to turn and see a large one close by, and looking directly at them. The fear would be palpable, but there’d be that tension of “no one make a move, or a sound”, and the whole crew would stand transfixed, listening to the gentle lapping of the water, and the deep grinding as this monstrous creature slowly turned its head, watching them pass.
    In the end it would be a mystery, why this ship was spared when another might have provoked them into pouncing. In the end it would be another sign of how little humans understand about these creatures, and this place they seem to guard so diligently.
    As always, thank you for sharing. I do look forward to these inspirational images. They are widely varied and always beautiful. So I will repeat myself, thank you.

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