Sometimes a drawing is a tease. I knew I was drawing in a Moleskine and the paper isn't very good anymore but maybe a little gouache? A little more? Just a little? Oh, OK. I see. Sorry.... It wasn't ruined but the paper is a little too soft and weak to stand up to a wash like it used to. I used some walnut brown ink as a glaze in parts. A little more color than what I might do as a finish.
I want to resolve the cliff her feet are dangling off. I will create more space as if looking down the ravine of a giant canyon. The bottom part was the little accent I thought of toward the end as I was laying paint down.
Pushing the contrast in Photo Shop.
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