This sketchwalk is for Ch'ng Kiah Kiean and Asnee from Penang and Bangkok respectively, who have traveled to Singapore for holiday.
The photo above is of Kiah Kiean, and below is a video of him in action.
We met during the Penang George Town Sketchwalk back it July and it certainly brings the holiday mood back.
The sketch I did while being shaded by the thin profile of the palm tree shadow. It's a Saturday morning and there aren't a lot of people yet.
Several months ago, there were still construction going around the area but now it's all gone. The place is more beautiful now.
The Sultan Mosque is one of the oldest mosque in Singapore. This is actually the second mosque that was built in 1928 to replace the original mosque that was built in 1824.
Paul Wang and his finished work.
Kiah Kiean signing on Don's sketchbook.
There are a lot of students shooting video and photos for their project. Many are familiar faces also because they have joined our sketchwalks before.
A bottle reused now to hold ink.
The Malay Heritage Centre has undergone a nice change. This part where the sign is was all boarded up months ago. The new space is more open and spacious.
Just some of Favian's colour pencils.
Cute baby from a fellow mummy sketcher.
For an adhoc sketchwalk, this is quite a big group.
The Sultan Mosque from the side.
My other sketches.