She is much more likely to feel as though she’s in danger because’s she’s effectively trapped.
The most famous example of this the infamous Elevator Gate incident at the World Atheist Convention, where a man struck up a flirty, sexualized conversation with a woman in an elevator at 4 in the morning.
If she’s sketching, she may look up around the room, especially if she’s doing figure studies of the people around her or lean back to consider the drawing more. Keeping a respectable distance – out of arm’s reach is a good rule of thumb – start talking.
These are times when it would be more acceptable to ask “hey, may I see what you’re working on? Like I’ve said before: your opening lines ultimately of them remembered what the first lines were out of my mouth.
Meeting a woman at a hotel bar and flirting with her can feel like the most normal thing in the world.
Meeting that same woman in a small, empty room and trying to flirt with her can appear to be threatening – she has no way of getting away from you should she feel the need.
They often will make approaching them or talking to them difficult by wearing headphones or sunglasses as a way of avoiding eye contact.
Similarly, someone who is engrossed in a book, her laptop, her phone, an i Pad or a sketchbook is likely not interested in talking to a random person at that moment.People expect different levels of physical contact at, say, a nightclub than at a bookstore or the gym.You want to remain socially relevant – the more your actions are incongruous to the situation, the more disconcerting and creepy you will appear to be.People who are uninterested in talking to people – especially people they don’t know – will often make a point of signaling that they wish to be left alone through non-verbal means.They will make a point of closed-off body language – crossed arms, hunched posture, turning away from the general flow of traffic.With the exception of in particular venues – bars and clubs, for example, or other places where approaching people and being approached is to be – most women are going to be much more on the defensive at night and much more prone to seeing being approached as potentially threatening.