Okay, I like this drawing in it's whole form...
I do NOT like this picture as a whole at all...
It's way too busy...
But I do like it's parts taken a few at a time...
Their conversation with his busy hand and shaking legs:
I really like this guys expression that might be lost while looking at the total picture!
And the letters that now look like graffiti.
I love this other guys legs and shorts and his bald head, who came in much later and sat at the table in front of mine... I just drew him in pieces anyway.
this guy is okay...sitting there with this really huge cake box waiting for another order...but you really can't see how big that box was, you just have to take my word for it. It was HUGE!
I like this gal by herself texting perhaps or looking at something on line? She is #12.
This was an interesting tidbit that happened while I was there...A guy came in with a picture; the framed photo lay on his table alone while he was at the counter...I looked at it and realized it was a scene I have drawn and painted. Now how cool is that?
But it may have gotten lost on that whole page of people!
And I wanted you to SEE that part of the story.
So there are many ways to look at an artist's journal page
sometimes you can enjoy the whole page at once
and sometimes it's better, easier, more pleasant
to see it in bits and parts.
Just my opinion!