Another epic sketchwalk awaits in Bangkok, Thailand.
I'll be traveling overseas on Thursday to join more than a hundred like-minded people for this sketchwalk. The last count was 118 people. There will be sketchers from Thailand (of course), Taiwan, Singapore, Penang, KL, Indonesia and Australia.
I'm terribly excited to meet all my friends, especially those whom I met during the Penang sketchwalk last year.
If you have not watched the Penang sketchwalk video, you should.
Unlike the Penang sketchwalk, this time I'll not be bringing my iPad along, which means I'll not be blogging about the event daily. It was too much work so this time I shall just relax and post the photos and videos when I come back on Monday.
Here are the drawing materials I'm bringing:
- Winsor Newton heavyweight watercolor box
- Pilot Tecpoint V5 and V7 filled with Rotring ink
- Hero fountain pen
- Size 6 Da Vinci Maestro travel brush
- Technical pencil
- Daler Rowney Calli ink
- Daler Rowney The Langton watercolour paper
- Small hand-book sketchbook
The Pilot Tecpoints are amazing with Rotring ink. I've tried many type of ink in that pen and the Rotring ink is the best. The ink flow is smooth and it doesn't clog.
I'm not bring any waterbrush because they are just not easy to use for mixing colours. One size 6 Da Vinci Maestro travel brush should suffice.
All these will be squeeze into my Manhanttan Portage Europa bag, the perfect sketching bag for those who use 12 by 9 inch watercolour paper. I really need to review the bag soon because I Iove it.