Painting size limitations with gouache?
Just started trying out gouache after trying for a year or 2 to wrap my brain around watercolor's working from light to dark process. I was attracted to gouache from watching James Gurney's YouTube videos and I do like it so far. Reminds me of my experimentation with oil painting as a teen, minus the mess and l-o-n-g drying times.
However, I have yet to see any examples anywhere of works larger than, oh, 6"x9".
Is it limited to only sketches, or small finished pieces? That's not necessarily a deal breaker for me, but it likely means I'll have to keep looking for the media that works for me in larger sizes, or bite the bullet and learn to adapt to what seriously feels like trying to paint backwards in watercolor. If I could produce anything like Gurney's work, I'd be content painting small pieces for a few years at least.
If anyone can point me to examples of larger gouache works (if there are any) I'd appreciate it.