Singapore Polytechnic Open House 2016 ended a couple of weeks ago and it was exhausting but I still love participating in it and look forward to the next one. I also managed to do a couple of quick portrait sketches of my students during the M.A.D. Studios facility tour. Click on the image to see the bigger version. Pencil on A4 paper.
P.S: I really miss doing these 😀
I brought my family on a short trip to Genting during the December holidays and visited Colmar Tropicale at Berjaya Hills, a resort styled after a medieval French village.
Done in Artflow on my Note 4.
Decided to do another piece at Holland Village. This time I sat on the sidewalk across the street and sketched for close to 2 hours. Pen on A4 sketchbook.
Sat at the nearby food centre to sketch a section of the street. Luckily it was early enough to not be crowded. I actually didn’t realize there is a mock windmill on that roof until recently. I wonder how long it’s been up there? Anyway, I did mess up a few of the little details, but decided it doesn’t really matter in the bigger scheme of things Pen on A4 sketchbook.
I thought the students could benefit from more practice drawing trees today so I found some pictures online of the types that can be seen around Singapore. Pencil on A3 paper.
This week we spent 2 sessions (around 4 hours) drawing a tree. Pencil on A3 paper.