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I don't feel comfortable when I leave home without a sketchbook and some pens in my bag.I think that my way to put things in my memory is to draw them. I live in a very dynamic surrounding — Israel is a warm country with warm weather and warm people. HE MIGHT ASK YOU WHAT YOU THINK ABOUT OTHER GUYS – He’s trying to find out if you like anyone. HE MAY TOUCH YOU SUBTLY – A hand on your arm, an extra hug, a pat on your back, a grab of your shoulders, tickling? WATCH HIS BODY LANGUAGE – Just watch his body language, if a guy likes you, it’d be all round obvious! HE WILL SENDS FLIRTY/LENGTHY TEXTS – Long and extra nice texts? Especially if he flashes you a big grin at the same time. HE MAY BE AKWARD WHEN HE TALKS TO YOU – If a guy acts nervous, blushes, gets flustered, or is just awkward around you… He’s most likely nervous about making a good impression. HE MIGHT SENDS YOU PICTURES OF HIMSELF – He might just do this as a friendly reminder of his good looks. All this unique local mix of cultures, languages and styles is always a great source for inspiration.You need to be fast, because, as I said, everything is very dynamic. Sometimes, I look around, and I find some usual items like sugar bags or napkins. Sometimes I draw directly on placemats."• Marina's art on Flickr.• Marina's website.Of course, we have seashores, which calm us a little bit.I love to sit in a corner of some Tel-Aviv coffee shop and explore relationships: between people, their environment, between myself.
HE MAY ACT ANNOYED OF GET JELOUS WHEN YOU TALK TO OTHER GUYS – If a guy is keeping an eye on you and looks jealous or annoyed when you’re talking to another guy, he probably likes you. HE MAY WATCH YOU WHILE FLIRTING WITH OTHER GIRLS – If a guy’s watching you while talking friendly with another girl, he’s probably trying to get your attention and gauge your reaction to find out if you like him! HE MIGHT HANG AROUND A SECOND LONGER – When you’ve been talking to a guy, and he’s about to leave, but then stays one second longer than he had to, it’s a sign!
Part 8 of the Urban Sketchers Manifesto, to “show the world, one drawing at a time,” has a flip side: Sketching enables me to see my own world, one drawing at a time.
In the last four years, it is not an exaggeration to say that Urban Sketchers has changed my life.
My sketches are not necessarily about “special” moments; they are moments made special because I sketched them."Tina has been editor of Drawing Attention since 2013 and now serves on the Urban Sketchers editorial board.
See more of her sketches on her blog, on Flickr and on Instagram.
"I am from urban north London, but now live in urbane Davis California.