I was challenged within this challenge to try Skewbald horses. I am glad that was put to me. After an image search I found plenty of reference. I used to avoid horses as a painter but now I have overcome any hesitation in painting them. Below is a bonus image of team Skewbald. I have another Perry one waiting for a rider so perhaps that will appear next week.
Brendon offers us yet more gorgeous medieval 28s both on foot and ahorse this week.
I'm particularly chuffed to see you took my suggestion to heart Brendon and tried some skewbald horses, which, I have to say, are absolutely stunning! This kind of thing is what the Challenge is all about, pushing your own boundaries and producing something beyond what you've ever done before. I'd be very keen to see a tutorial on how these are executed at some point because I'm keen to have a go myself and I'd like them to come out this well...
All up this latest instalment is worth 120 points and I'm throwing in an extra 5 for the hand painting efforts but more importantly the skewbald goodness. Well done mate. Cheers, Millsy.