Hails CA. I'm painting an image of a massive hollow cavern housing some cultist tower. Two idols (big statues) stand at either side of the structure. I wanted to convey a sense of adventure, so I had a figure in the foreground kind of stumbling upon all of this - ensiferous. But it presented an interesting, and frustrating problem.
People keep thinking that the foreground figure is of equal size to the statues and structure int he distance. I've done somethign wrong. Is there a way I can make that structure massive again without minimizing my protagonist to a speck? Thanks.