Here's something i finished at the beginning of the month, just before the AFM Montrouge. Some of you may have seen it at the show. As it's difficult for me to find some time to paint i prefer working on little pieces, so i can finish more pieces during the year.
Matthieu Rouèche and me did plan a little paintday together, and i had nothing on the worktable... So i quickly searched a little piece to start with him and i found this great avalonian. I prepped the piece in 10 minutes just before taking the road and moving to his place. I undercoated it in my car on a stop area as it was raining (be careful to not spray your seats!) and it was neraly dry when i arrived :) .
The next step was to find a color sheme and i really had no idea. But luckily Matthieu was painting a commission work in "night mode". It was looking great and this is something i never tried before, so let's go for the night mode!
Some hours later the piece was finished :) . I hope you like!