The Supporting character will be the object which the tree tips his hat to. I tried thinking of living room furniture that had the same height of the tree; like a lamp or bring back the hat stand. When designing them I wanted to draw them in a way that it looks like they are feminine. I kept thinking of more object but what I was more happier with is having a small plant that blushing and possibly faints.
When looking at more research that Phil showed me, I realised that all the aristocratic men had a large mustaches and bushy eyebrows and a couple had a monocle, plus a few had cigars. So I tried to add that in my characters face. With the bonus of just eyebrows and mustache, it will become easier to use expressions in the face which will boost the expression of the whole body. Throughout the I couldn't seem to get the mustache right and the eyebrows looked more like eyes. Johnny sharples then drew the middle image and suggested that I should use the break in the tree to apply the features. I thought this worked really well and I can hide the feature back into the tree if I ever needed to.