These people seemed to be having a very nice conversation at lunchtime.The relationship between the forms of the two ladies reflects their real-life interaction
Another encounter in the cafe:
This was an efficient waiting room. I had to sketch very quickly.
The little girl was very difficult to draw. She was always moving, trying to get her tiny denim jacket in the right position to keep her warm. She must have been too cold to read or to look through picture books. Mom wasn’t too long reading her own books though. The child warmed up quickly.
I first noticed this gentleman’s haircut. His head was shaved on the sides; the hair on the top of his head was longer and shaped like a peak. I noticed one sandal on the floor and the man’s toes visible on the chair under his other leg.
I don’t know the actual relationship among the people I portrayed below. It just seemed that one was the niece and the others were her aunts. I hope I caught the relationship as I saw it.
Yesterday, I posted a series of small, quick studies of a young lady reading her cell phone in a waiting room. Below is a more careful sketch of the same person.
There was an interesting gathering in the cafe. They were reading. I don’t know if they were writers, but it was fun watching them interact. I briefly placed each figure to get a sense of space. THEN a very large man blocked about half the view. But I kept drawing anyway.
This was an animated group.
One of the highlights of my time at work is when a group of special visitors comes into the store with a care giver. They typically range from nonverbal to conversational. I love to help them, and begin a conversation, when possible. Today, I welcomed a small group as they came in. To my, “Hello, […]