She took 2-3 hours to draw. Thought she would never show up. The horse was comparatively a piece of cake. Initial wash of flesh-Carmine and yellow ochre. Burnt sienna and cerulean shadows.
Her top is mineral violet alizarin and ultramarine blue. I let it dry and brushed some washed out cerulean to knock back whites.
I just slapped ultramarine blue and burnt umber on Harley with bits of mineral violet to get that splotchy look on his face. Mane is same colors just not as heavy and a bit of cerulean near the ears.
Bridle Quin gold, Quin burnt Orange and burnt sienna. The gems cerulean and cobalt violet. The last two colors were also used for the shading on her foot plus burnt sienna.
I also added some masking fluid to save the water drips.
Added oxide of chromium to make water reflections on his side and used cerulean ultramarine blue plus burnt umber slapping them on to cover his chest and sides.
Margaret hanging out with my grandkids. Xoxoxoxo