Kevin Roche (kproche) wrote,
Kevin Roche

Finished version of the "Lenore", flagship of the Corvidian line

I'm much happier with this version.

You'll note the two extra spars are gone (they looked too much like antennae; the reason for the foremost spar was so signal flags could be flown).

I've also got the rigging included, as well as the "lifting bodies".

(From the CAA brochure: "Of course, the Mason and Holland aeroscaphes of the Corvidian fleet are not actually carried aloft by especially trained ravens, but they will deliver you to your destination so surely and swiftly that you'll believe they are...")

Final version of the Lenore, flagship of the Corvidian Line
Final version of the Lenore, flagship of the Corvidian Line
Here she is, complete with rigging and "lifting bodies"

Tags: artwork, corvidian aeroscaphe adventures, wfc, world fantasy convention

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