Pure Grain Bakery is a usual haunt for me to draw at now: Above are several busy people, not necessarily sitting together in actuality. I believe the woman in pink was sitting behind the two women who are together. I hope the man on his phone does not mind that she has joined him in my drawing. Did you find the bear?
I tried something different at Taco Jalisco's this week by dividing my page into small snapshots of people there. The top drawing is called "Salsa Dances" as the salsa container is a recurrent theme at each table. The man in turquoise in #1 could have been the twin brother of the fellow at the counter in #6 reading the paper. Mr.Two Pairs of Glasses in #2 had brown splashes of paint on his shirt!
The other people are of no particular interest they were just there! Oh dear, I just noticed that the guy in #4 looks like he is pouring salsa down the back of his lady friend. (he really wasn't doing that!)
I had time so I did a second page like the first, but this time focused some on the things on the tables.
The people in #9 were at the same table with many others. His red hat and shirt stood out as did her long curly hair. The guy in #10 was facing me at a table just across from mine. I don't think he knew I drew him. I liked his shirt. "Free to Reason"...The gal in #12 had interesting tattoos and hair-do and color and piercings. Oh the people in #10 and #11 were at the same table across from each other! It does look like they are in coversation with the cartoon strip dividing them!
My new place to draw is the library. I caught this woman working hard on some paper she was writing. Long time since I did that. But it brought back memories. She has a tattoo on her ankle.
I'm sharing this with Paint Party Friday (tomorrow) and you can see the other artists there via the icon on my side bar.
My grand kids are visiting for three days this week. Some cool art will come from that (some already has) and I will post it later in the week. Stay tuned.
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