Got a request to make this into a wallpaper.
So why not.
Fortunately, I work pretty loosely, and I work with lots and lots of layers. It's a habit I got into after finding out that when working on commissions, the first time frequently isn't the last. I also learned to always paint a little extra 10 to 20 percent beyond the margins so if you need to expand the canvas, it's no problem.
Well...minor problem. Transitioning from an image that is 2:3 poster resolution into 16:9 widescreen resolution isn't quite covered by the extra percentage given beyond the margins. There unfortunately wasn't going to be a super-fast means of doing it, and I knew I was just going to have to paint literally on top of the existing background layers to extend it. So...I got some more BG practice in, and this time, had to paint something from scratch to look exactly like the scenery beside it. It's actually a heck
of a lot more difficult than it sounds.
But, I'm happy with the result. So if you folks want a wallpaper, here you go!