Thursday, March 9, 2017

Escape to Hong Kong (with Oils)

So after a couple of exciting projects that I kick started 2017 with, it was time to take a short breather before continuing on. I packed my bags and left for Hong Kong to meet my old schoolmates and some new friends from Urban Sketchers Hong Kong.  The cool Spring weather was perfect for painting. Not to mention the good food the have there! Here are some of the highlights:

I seldom post pictures of me painting, but Alison from USKHK, 
took some shots of me working on the streets. Thank you!

I started this one at 12 noon. This, I would never do in Singapore. :)
Hong Kong is filled with street signages and I'm happy to be able to capture a pawnshop sign 
at the Sham Shui Po area.

Thank you USKHK for being warm and friendly, and also for sharing the streets with me.

I ventured to the Aberdeen side of Hong Kong Island. A lot of water on this part of town.

Still at Aberdeen, but later in the evening. What got my attention were the pinks
and that this butcher was right next to the street.

Not often do I get to hangout in high places. So here's chancing the opportunity to paint.

Here's a short doc of my time in Aberdeen, enjoy! 

See my Ink and Watercolour sketches from Hong Kong:

For more videos of me painting, go here:

No comments:

Post a Comment