by Sam Hogg
‘It was easy to lose yourself in the ochre bloom of light off the rocks, oranges set ablaze in the evening sun. From here, Ravahn could be a true paradise. The sails of the next ship snapped lazily in the wind and drew its cargo to the docks. A small pack of dockhands would descend upon it, dragging whatever forbidden wares were stashed within its hull into the vermillion light. From here, it was almost easy to forget this was a pirate’s paradise.’
Approximately 6 x 4 inches , mixed media (acrylic and ink) on illustration board.
Complete with a rustic teal frame, inspired by the place in the image, Ravahn. Image is part of the Whaler Girl project.
Width: 4 inches
Surface: illustration board
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