Oct 29, 2011

Duxton Hill Sketchwalk 29-10-2011

Duxton Sketchwalk 29-10-2011
Final sketch with watercolour of a nice corner coffeeshop along Neil Road.
Duxton Sketchwalk 29-10-2011
A quick warm-up sketch at 2nd location.
Duxton Sketchwalk 29-10-2011
Duxton Hill Sketchwalk 29-10-2011 Duxton Hill Sketchwalk 29-10-2011
Duxton Hill Sketchwalk 29-10-2011
We had our official USK-Sg sketchwalk today and we went back to explore Duxton Hill. Took the group around the fringe of Duxton, walking down Neil road and followed by Craig road before heading back to URA through Duxton Hill.

Oct 23, 2011

Duxton Hill Sketchwalk 22-10-2011

Duxton Hill Sketchwalk 22-10-2011
Duxton Hill Sketchwalk 22-10-2011
Duxton Hill Sketchwalk 22-10-2011 80 Chay Yan Street

Urbansketchers Singapore - Book Launch & Exhibition 21-09-2011

We had a blast at our recently book launch and exhibition opening at Urban Redevelopment Authority. Our friends, colleagues and fellow sketchers came out in full force to support us. The excitement and energy was palpable. We are also very happy that the book we put together was very well received. I think we sold close to 500 copies on the launch day. Now I can sit back and enjoy the fruits of our hardwork.

Oct 18, 2011

Sketching Chinatown

Smith Street @ Chinatown
Warm up sketch at Smith Street.

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Mosque Street @ Chinatown
It has been a busy but exciting week preparing for our upcoming book launch and exhibition which opens this Friday in Singapore. We are really excited about our new book which documents Urban streetscapes in Singapore. Yesterday I managed to find sometime to sketch near our exhibtion venue. This street has an old indian-inspired mosque and at the fringe of our chinatown. You can almost see one of the minaret peeking out on the left. The sun was setting, the green walls and orange roofs were gorgeous and just had to capture it. The splashing and dabbing was a nice way to end the busy day.

Oct 10, 2011

Sunday sketchwalk to BOAT QUAY

The Archipelago Brewery @ Boat Quay Back Alley @ Boat Quay

These are my 2nd & 3rd final sketch done during our impromptu sketchwalk last Sunday. The weather was perfect and a very pleasant surprise to have 9 other die-hard sketchers coming to sketch with me.

Oct 6, 2011

USK-Sg Book Launch & Exhibition

Dear friends & fellow sketchers, 

Our upcoming Urbansketchers-Singapore book is nearly ready and we are very excited to share this unique book with you. 

It has taken us many months to put together and no easy feat. The book now has 252 coloured pages filled with more than 360 beautiful sketches. Come join us for the official book launch on the 21st October 5pm at Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) Atrium. The launch will also be accompanied by a very comprehensive and colourful exhibition showcasing our tools, sketchbooks and live sketching demostrations.

Follow this link to pre-order your books at only SGD$39 instead of the original price of SGD$49. 

Oct 2, 2011

USK-Sg Book Launch & Exhibition

Book Launch Invite

You are all invited to Urbansketchers-Singapore's book launch & exhibition on the 21st October at Urban Renewal Authority's atrium. I am one of the main contributor to this awesome 250 pages book. We have worked really hard to compile hundreds of sketches drawn over the last 2 years. This book, a joint project with URA depicts life and scenes in and from Singapore. Pre-order and get the book at only $39 instead of the usual $49.


Adhoc Sketchwalk, 01/10 @ Balestier

Zhong Shan Park @ Balestier
Today I only managed to only do 1 quick sketch at balestier during our informal ad-hoc sketchwalk before dashing to work.
Boat Quay
I arrived earlier at work then expected so managed to squeeze in some time after a quick lunch to draw a part of Boat Quay. All the shophouses here at this historical site are now turned into restaurants and bars. Rather awful if you asked me. Its noisy and chaotic. Quite a different scene compared how early immigration and settlement started here when Sir Stamford Raffles founded Singapore more than a 100 years ago.