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Paint to Power – A Tour Through History By James Griffin

I've spent the last two weeks painting for a commission of the seven wonders of the ancient world on seven iconic lands that are particularly good for Commander.

Paint to Power – The Lord of the Rings by James...

So, it seems like a good time to take some time to do some altering to a theme close to my heart, Tolkien's 'Lord of the Rings'.

Paint to Power: Divining the Weather by James Griffin

I know it's cliched but I've always wanted to do it. The four seasons have been done on many cards before, after all there is four to a playset, so it makes sense.

Paint to Power – Freehanding Moxen by James Griffin

I like the summer, there are holidays and apparently also my first ever UK nationals to attend.

Altering Commander – Moving In for the Close Up – By...

If there was one card from new Phyrexia which really made a splash for my Captain Sisay deck it was Elesh Norn.

Paint to Power – Lets Twist Again – by James Griffin

When one finds oneself collecting power nine like I am, it apparently doesn't take too long before One begins to wonder what to do with it.

Paint to Power – Losing my Mojo (and finding it again)...

Yep, it happens to everyone, it's happened to me many times before in my artistic career, so waddya know, it's happened again.

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