Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Sketches for PoP-up Artstore

Some of my Urban Sketchers Singapore friends are organizing a PoP-up Artstore this coming weekend to sell our sketches. I spent the last weekend doing sketches for the event. Here are some of them. Not all of them have been coloured:

Family lunch at Colbar


Emerald Hill. House with Orange Window. Uncoloured

Emerald Hill. House with Orange Window. Coloured.

Lost and Found: Japanese Grave at Mount Faber

 Jiak Kim Bridge, Singapore River

Christmas Session at Molly Malone's

One Price Store, Emerald Hill

Robertson Bridge

Robertson Walk

Monday, December 3, 2012

Kampong Glam Sketches

Coloured pencils

Newly renovated Malay Heritage Centre. Hero pen


A friend and I (and his kids) cycled to an old part of Singapore to draw some colonial houses. We got caught in the rain and ended drawing only one place. Read about it here!

Trying out my Strathmore watercolour sketchbook. The paper seems to be very absorbent. My Calli ink bled little.

Friday, October 26, 2012

Random Character Design Sketches

Some inspiration lately. Started drawing stuff with a brush pen. Just for fun.
Copyright © Favian Ee Oct 2012

Copyright © Favian Ee Oct 2012

Sunday, September 30, 2012

Two Old Church Buildings in the City

I was walking from Bugis to Dhoby Gaut one day and passed by 2 old church buildings, so I paused to sketch them.

Mixed Bag

Company Wrap Party at Tanjong Beach Club, Sentosa
Some of my colleagues
Food Opera, Orchard ION
Mid Autmn Festival talk at Esplanade

Holland Village Sketches in Pencil and Ink

Chip Bee Gardens, pencil

Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf, parallel pen

Armenian Street and Chinatown Sketchwalks

Stamford House at Hill Street, charcoal
Smith Street at Chinatown, pencil
Smith Street at Chinatown on Mid Autumn Festival
ink brush and colour pencil

Urban Sketches of Toa Payoh and Tiong Bahru

Sketches from Toa Payoh and Tiong Bahru sketchwalks for a couple of books being published by Epigram.

Monday, April 30, 2012

Music Mixed Bag

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Funeral Wake of Amos Leo

A friend of mine passed away at the young age of 25. His was a life well-lived. Amos lived most of his life with kidney problems and had to be on dialysis. He finally received a new kidney and had a transplant. Apparently the transplant was going well, but one day he collapsed, just weeks after the operation. He didn't recover. I attended his wake and funeral. This picture was done during the wake service.

Sunday, February 12, 2012

Outdoor Sketching

St George's Church, Singapore

National Museum of Singapore Lobby