Tiong Bahru Sketchwalk (Jul 2012)

This month's sketchwalk organized by Urban Sketchers Singapore is at Tiong Bahru. We've been there several times.

Tiong Bahru estate was built in 1930s and is one of the oldest housing estates in Singapore. However, it doesn't look old because the whole place is well maintained. The architecture is quite unique compared to the rest of Singapore.

Tiong Bahru Sketchwalk (Jul 2012)

Tiong Bahru Sketchwalk (Jul 2012)
The edges and balconies of buildings are rounded off. The main colours are maroon for the roof tops, brown for bricks and white for the rest.

Tiong Bahru Sketchwalk (Jul 2012)

Tiong Bahru Sketchwalk (Jul 2012)
All the items you see are from bag #2 of Don Low.

That's 4 watercolour boxes in case you're not counting. He said he forgot to unpack the bag.

Tiong Bahru Sketchwalk (Jul 2012)
This is two soft-boiled egg. A typical breakfast in Singapore.

Tiong Bahru Sketchwalk (Jul 2012)
James Tan and Don Low at a fishball noodle shop along Moh Guan Terrace.

Tiong Bahru Sketchwalk (Jul 2012)

Tiong Bahru Sketchwalk (Jul 2012)

Tiong Bahru Sketchwalk (Jul 2012)
On the far left is Zhu Hong with his new book called Crossroads. It's a watercolour painting artbook that I'll review soon.

Tiong Bahru Sketchwalk (Jul 2012)
Here's Zhu Hong peddling his book at the beautiful indie bookshop called BooksActually.

Tiong Bahru Sketchwalk (Jul 2012)

Tiong Bahru Sketchwalk (Jul 2012)

Tiong Bahru Sketchwalk (Jul 2012)

Tiong Bahru Sketchwalk (Jul 2012)

Tiong Bahru Sketchwalk (Jul 2012)

Video was shot with Panasonic GH2 and 12-35mm lens

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