This is Little India in Singapore drawn from block 668 near the MRT station.
This was drawn standing on the 12 floor. Took me about 2 hours but it's not really accurate. I created a cross junction where there should not be one. LOL. A scene like this probably deserve 8 hours and more on a 16 by 12 inch paper, at least for the pen and watercolour sketch style.
WN watercolours, Uniball Jetstream, on Fabriano 12.5 by 9.5 inch 200GSM watercolour paper
For today's sketch, I tried to use as few colours as possible for mixing. So I used
Perm Alizarin Crimson
Mixing green with French Ultramarine and Yellow Ochre results in a very dull green that's almost usable. Having Viridian is quite convenient. I also used Cadmium Yellow and Cadmium Red for the metal of the lifting crane.
I've a comment on Facebook asking my approach to this scene. With any complicated scene, patience is the key. The slower you draw, the more accurate your drawing will be. Of course, it will have to depend on the amount of time you have. As you can see from my lines, I was rushing quite a bit to finish this within 2 hours.