profilist


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profilist

(ˈprəʊfɪlɪst)
n
a person who creates a profile
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1) The profilist looked through an eyepiece at the sitter, who was seated on the far side of the machine, and then used a bar to trace the lines of the sitter's face.
CIA profilist Jerrold Post warned: "Saddam is most dangerous when his back to to the wall.
Spornberg was clever enough to introduce colour behind the black in this variation so that the shadow is tinted, while other profilists achieved the same effect by painting only the flesh parts in black and the hair and clothes in colour.