I decided to post an image. I'm trying to get a hold of the different brushes in Photoshop. It's getting easier now that I'm starting to find the texture oriented ones. The difference is really refreshing because it allows me the freedom to get a more detailed look simply by making the unimportant areas less important.
I have been looking at Frank Brangwyn's work these days. I've definitely enjoyed his work in the past. I guess a lot of it has to do with the mixture of organic shapes with strong outlines. His work feels a bit like Baroque architecture to me. While I can appreciate the skillfulness and delicate quality of a Mucha or Klimt, I love the strong, bold silhouetted shapes and "stain glass" effect of Brangwyn.