This is the second step to the flowers. Added local color (quin. rose) to the small flower paying attention to the values. Worked on the middle of the big flower (using a sienna and quin. gold)).
This is about the 4th pass with color on this painting. Using the same colors as before (sap, cobalt, quin. gold, purple mixture, green gold), added more detail to the bush areas (some negative painting behind the trees). Took the masking off the tree trunks on the left. Painted the palms on the left still using the same colors.
This is the second session on this drawing. Using the same colors (Prismacolor sienna brown, cream, indigo, dark brown, and a little true blue, no white), the muzzle, face, and cheek of the horse were completed to about 90%). Remember the values and textures!
Worked a little on the clouds. Used the clouds and sky to show what turpenoid will do to the colored pencil. Worked on the mountain using cream, true blue, sienna brown, canary yellow. Pay attention to values and remember in the end the mountain will need to 'fade' back.