Just what this blog needs right now...less words, more pictures. Click to see bigger.
Peeking over the shoulder of an old lady filling out forms at the Doctor's office.
A guy reading a magazine at the Doctor's office.
Another lady reading a magazine at the Doctor's office.
A kid at the counter in the Doctor's office (I've had a lot of long waits at the Doctor lately). Most of these full body ones are about actual size here, but the faces below are a bit bigger than actual size.
Anyone that sketches from real life will end up with a lot of drawings of people talking on their cel phones.
I can't help but draw faces when I am sketching. Drawing a face is much easier than drawing the whole body so I admit it sometimes comes out of laziness. But I am fascinated by faces as well and I am a big believer that someone's personality is expressed in their face. Someone one said that by age 40 we all have the face that we deserve (meaning that by then, if you scowl a lot your face will be in "scowl" mode by default most of the time. If you laugh and smile a lot then your wrinkles at 40 will show that). I don't know if that's true or not but always trying to capture the personality I perceive by the way I draw their face. All this in a couple seconds, of course.
The back of some guy's head, playing a game on his cel phone while waiting for a movie to start.
Some kids at swim lessons.