Corner coffee shop

Lunch - 1 (3)

While waiting to meet a friend at a corner coffee shop I happened to sit down near a couple on the patio. They were having an audible disagreement about her parents. Their body language was not friendly and I wondered if the nonverbal signals were contributing to an escalation of the disagreement. She sat back and spoke with a righteous force. He hunched forward sullenly, spoke occasionally, but mostly shrugged his shoulders as though he were disputing her words. They soon left but fortunately I finished the sketch first.

I sketched in pen and watercolor.



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