Flutterbat has sucked the life out of your giant prize-winning apple, what do you do?
Got a couple suggestions to draw her for the portraits so I thought, why not.
I'm accustomed to using one approach for the facial and nose structure for my females in general and I've yet to step out and try different shapes. I know the "same-face" syndrome isn't a good thing, I lost awareness of that and I've fallen into the trap of only drawing them the way I'm comfortable with.
Branching out would be a good remedy- this will give me something to think about when I go back to practice anatomy and the way I draw faces.
Thank you for bringing this to my attention.
You did well here in this portrait and if it were me, I'd let her have that apple. I care after all.