We should catch up on a few of my recent projects, because I have been painting as my mechanism of handling stress and frustration, as apparently screaming into the void isn't actually an option.
So here's a simple challenge. Pick a chapter. Paint a chapter. In one evening. So I set the target of putting the brush down at two hours.
I'd never painted a Howling Griffon, and always liked the quartered scheme but was never brave enough to try it. Until now!
To keep colour interest, I've tried shading red with blue, and yellow with purple. I didn't want a vibrant yellow, more a beaten, war-torn yellow.