Do the Ancient Egyptians have any renderings of flames comparable to the flames in the Destruction of Susa (seen atop the buildings and walls)? I need something Ancient Egyptian, not Sumerian.
Update: I was ridiculously wrong in my initial question to think there is any difference in naturalism of the Fowling Scene water and the Lake of Fire's fire. Thus far neither I nor anyone else seems to have noticed. They render water and fire in exactly the same way: with close zag zag lines. The difference is only that the water has black lines on a blue background, but the fire has red lines on an empty (papyrus) background. If the Lake of Fire had used black (or white/yellow) zig zag lines on a red background, and then added some creatures, it would be exactly the same. My original premise was this:
Its rendering of water is very naturalistic, and I'm wondering if the Ancient Egyptians have naturalistic renderings of fire like this, such as a scene of hell or a large fire, as opposed to merely putting in the brazier hieroglyph (like the Lake of Fire in the Papyrus of Ani - also depicted here, which does actually have a rather unimpressive but seemingly standard rendering of fire inside, but I'm looking for something a little more wow and naturalistic like Nebamun's water).
I would be happy with something comparable to the fire in the Destruction of Susa, but I need something Ancient Egyptian, not Sumerian.”