The previous post was of my "base" watercolor portrait. This is my "finish". Do not confuse this with "Finnish". The dictionary defines that word as: "the Finno-Ugric language of the Finns, spoken in Finland and in parts of Russia and Sweden." As far as I know, the subject of my painting here does not speak Finnish. She could have visited Finland and maybe even visited family or friends in Finland. Come to think of it, I do not recollect ever asking this young lady if she speaks Finnish. Hey, maybe she does! . . . anywho . . . this is my finish that measures 14 by 18 inches and was painted with a limited color palette (the painting palette I use most likely was manufactured in China and not Finland) on 140lb. Arches cold press watercolor paper (manufactured in Great Britain and not Finland but with globalization, I could be wrong, and Arches watercolor paper is now manufactured in China). I bet it gets damn cold in Finland.