Art and Positive Thinking

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Thursday, February 21, 2013

Positively Mac, Face 19




Positively introducing Mac. Mac was created using Paper 53, an app on my iPad.

Mac is a kind gentle man, often overlooked because he is shy. He feels self-conscience about being mostly bald. If you ask him to help you, he will go out of his way to do so. He enjoys reading books about history in a local cafe that is adorned with art. He always sits with his back to the wall so he can not only enjoy the artwork, but also can observe how people interact with each other and their surroundings. He is watching them to collect ideas on how to be more sociable and perhaps use their interactions in a book he is thinking of writing, "Life in a City Cafe, How To Overcome Shyness".

Yesterday, Justine, a lady who also enjoys history books and an afternoon coffee, spotted Mac closely observing her. She could have felt creeped out, but instead felt flattered, smiled at him, stood up with her book and coffee and cautiously eased her way to Mac's table. She bashfully greeted Mac and waited for him to invite her to join him. He looked up and...being positively Mac, he...


I will leave it up to you as to what he did next!


2 comments:

  1. Hahaha ... hmm, Mac could've extended a hand, knocked over his coffee, burning his lap and ran off mortified and embarrassed OR ... extended a hand, introduced himself without knocking over his coffee, asked Justine to join him and from that moment on ... the rest was history!!! I do hope someone tells us how the story ends ... LOL!

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  2. Maybe you just did tell the ending. I am still thinking about how it will go. Maybe I will have to draw Justine.

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