Can't Stop the Moonlight Picture

Handsome Xanthus under the moonlight, I didn't mess much with his color this time, he looks so pale, sorta like the immortal horse he was named after.

In Greek mythology, Balius ("Dappled") and Xanthus ("Blonde") were two immortal horses, the offspring of the harpy Podarge and the West wind, Zephyros; following another tradition, their father was Zeus.
Poseidon gave the two horses to King Peleus of Phtia, as a wedding gift, when Peleus married the Ocean goddess Thetis. Peleus later gave the horses to his son Achilles who took them to draw his chariot during the Trojan War.

I should draw him with his brother Balius ( who is owned by
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