I really, really like this.
It was done as a confidence booster after screwing up parts of my last painting.
I suppose it's also a response of sorts to the muted-ness of said previous work.
It's quite heavily influenced by the great Michael Whelan, who's one of my biggest influences and role-models.
I thought about getting an airbrush to paint skies with, but big brushes are cheaper and make more interesting marks.
Acrylic on paper, 61 by 43cm / 24 by 17"