I guess this could be called fan art.
It’s based on the book by Larry Niven, called Integral Trees. I read it a looong time ago.
This scene, as far as I know, isn’t actually in the book. I don’t even know if there are any space ships in it either. But I put it together anyway.
The idea of the book is a zone around a star, sort of like an asteroid belt or the rings of Saturn, called, I’m pretty sure, the smoke ring. It’s composed of breathable air. Somehow people got there. Various free-floatng plants are scattered around. Some are like big floating bushes, or forests. Some are these integral trees, sort of like spinning batons, with a big trunk in the middle and tufts at the ends, like a Q-tip, made of branches and leaves, which live off the air and light and serve as habitats for people. The spinning of the trunks creates artificial gravity, centrifugal force. How the spinning starts, I don’t remember. But there it is. The name integral trees, if I remember correctly, comes from trailing of the leafy tufts, giving them an appearance similar to an integral symbol.
I think there might even have been big floating “ponds”, large globules of water collected here and there. I didn’t get to adding any of those.
Probably wouldn’t want to get stuck in one. And getting flung off the ends of one of those trees wouldn’t be great. Fling you right out of the air zone without a parachute or some winglets. Actually, they do use different fins, or winglets, to flap around in the book.
I was surprised how chaotic everything looked. Like a big top. I’d expect a lot of noise, like a big machine, or grinding gears. Probably pretty quiet, though.
There’s my version.