"Blue-faced Honeyeater." (Painted)
The Blue-faced Honeyeater is not easily mistaken for any other bird.
Its golden-green upperparts and pure white underbody distinguish it from similarly sized species with similar behaviour, such as friarbirds, wattlebirds and miners (Cf., mynahs).
The striking blue facial skin is two-toned, with the lower half a brilliant cobalt blue - it's not an artefact of my painting!
(Original photo taken two days ago; suburban Townsville; Nikon D750; Nikon Speedlight SB900; Tamron 150-600mm lens; painted, masked, vignetted, and enhanced using my variants of Topaz Impression brushes, Photoshop CS6 and ON1 enhancement.)