Went sketching today with some friends at a Chinese temple called Xuan Jian Dian, or also known as Heng Kang Tian 玄江殿. It's a temple that's 87 years old if I remember correctly.
The temple is located on a small hill just beside Siglap Road. It's beside a Thai temple.
I didn't really want to draw this view with all the lanterns but I figured why not. Eventually, I got the perspective of the lanterns wrong.
Today is also the Duanwu Festival, or the Dragon Boat Festival. Part of the festival involves eating rice dumplings. The temple helpers were very generous and made a lot and shared with us.
This is the interior of the temple where the gods reside. The cravings of the altars are very intricate and daunting to draw. It's interesting how a few misplaced lines can make the floor look so uneven.
The temple staff were too generous. There was even a free gift, a pen!
Results of the morning sketchwalk.