As seen through the waiting room window:
This is a sketch of the lady sitting next to the person with the surgical mask (see yesterday’s post). I don’t know the precise term for her garb, but it reminded me of the outfits worn by nuns. I have much more control with pencil than with ink pens.
Back to the waiting room…
Grocery store workers take breaks too, and sometimes eat in the in-store cafés.
Portrait of man in number 3 ballcap. From the back.
Although I had plenty of time for this sketch, I couldn’t get the chin quite right. I nailed the glasses, though.
This is a partially-inked pencil sketch of an older man concentrating on a good book, and a young woman intent on her studies. The cafe is a great place for the mind. And coffee.
Sometimes there are a lot of people in the cafe. Most of then either read or study.
The goal of waiting in line is to get an audience with the pharmacy tech to get needed pills. This pencil sketch, augmented by pen and ink depicts the goal of the people in yesterday’s drawing.
Unlike some of my previous subjects, this young woman did not seem to be studying. She was very calm