This second profile is of a woman who seems to possess a great deal of happiness and wholesomeness. I found that this profile with her looking down presented a significant challenge. I really enjoy the fact that because of the sequential build up of skills that we have experienced this portrait was just another challenge and everyone handled it very calmly. It’s the first portrait where the area of greatest contrast is not the eyes. This forces the viewer to go first to the highlight on the cheek and then carry on to the eyes. The flowers in the hair add interest and a secondary centre of interest. The hair is also a change to just let go and create some rhythm and excitement.