I don't know what I got myself into today. This one was hard and I really simplified it. Other than the fact that the woman you see through the glass looks completely different than the woman outside of the glass, I like it. The funniest part of all this is that I thought it would be great practice on refraction. I didn't even notice the reflection on the table until half way through! In addition, if you've been reading the blog at all, at least within the past couple days, I mentioned a technique to achieve a white line on white paper. Further more, this technique does not require me to be overly conscious of the line; I don't have to ride the edge of the line with my pencil. I didn't use it everywhere, but used it quite a few times. And I got to tell you, I haven't perfected it yet, but it works pretty good. It's a simple process of scoring. A great example is the fine line indicating the top of the glass vase running through the hair.