After looking through the pathfinder books I can't seem to find some defining information on how a Flesh to Stone spell would work against a disguised self spell on a NPC/PC. (Yes, I could be blind, so that's why I'm asking you guys!)
So, for example:
Sorcerer A casts Disguise Self Spell (1st lvl Illusion spell) to look like someone else (who - not important) then walks into a dark alley. (why - again not important)
Wizard B, waiting in dark alley, decides to cast Flesh to Stone on Sorcerer A. (reason not important, but lets say he just dosen't like the guy or just simply evil)
Sorcerer A fails his save and is turned to stone and is now a statue. Condition: Helpless.
So, my question is:
Will Sorcerer A (now a statue) look like his disguised appearance or will the statue resort back to Sorcerer A's original appearance? Either after the disguise spell duration is finished or right away when the flesh to stone spell is casted?
Also, would the NPC/ PC that is willing or not willing (for the save) to be turned to stone be a factor?
Any help on clarifying this will be most appreciated.