Bad bad watercolour, bad
Painting / watercolour: Practice/experiment (this is not a portrait).
Bear with me for publishing this as it does indeed look "wrong". However, anatomically correctness or similarity to any person was not the purpose. This was painted upside-down inspired by a randomly selected reference photo (google search for "face" or similar) -- using no initial sketch and no outline nor any other types of help/aides/tools.
Apologies for the blue tint of the photo. What you see as very light blue (eg in the top left corner) is actually pure white. Energy-saving lamps in the studio have a blue light tone and this tone was transferred to the photo. I did not bother to wait for daylight in order to take a new photo, and I did not correct it using photo software either, sorry.
This is an experiment/watercolour practice. The focus is technical: palette, wet/dry relative to wet/wet, light/shadow, and shaping/tonality using layers -- and on top of this; making "a picture", that is making complicated concepts such as "life", "expression", "sentiment" etc appear using only a brush, water, and pigment.