Well, they don't say, LADIES FIRST for nothing, i realised.. you two are fast and fun... love all the colors and mood well portrayed. K Whan did so many pieces, that's amazing, i thought you went for a quiet time up stair.. Ai, try Iris on BIG, FAT crayon, i guess she'll love it.
it was indeed fun with so many people around although i found myself looking at something else more than sketching paper! however, i did a few on the boat ride and, other than those few stops, i made the rest of them up from what i just have seen from the corners of my eyes... what a wierd way to sketch..
below, as veiwed from the back of the long tail boat and a small shade with steps at front of a canal house, I managed to capture a few minutes worth of outline before the boat drifted away..
houses along the canal
and the power that brought us around, a massive chunk of deisel engine with a propeller at the end of a long shaft, hence the famous "long tail"
and this long tail thing proved to be a double-sided sword. It is as useful for its versatility and economy as much as its destructive power and effect, both physically on the canal banks and building and environmentally for its unforgivable noise and fume.
well, let's move on to something more appitising... we had a simple, great lunch at the onle few stalls around. a rather long waits but is worth every minutes of the time.
across the other side of the canal (net work!) stood another temple with some elaborate wall painting and a massive temple gate in bad needs of help
And that was what i have for this crawl, following some glimpse of other participants from Rungsit University. They might take a bit of time but, please do come back and enjoy what these enthsiastic young people have to share with you.
and not to forget, more from the BANGKOK SKETCHERS too..
more teaser.. like:
i don't think you want to miss it...
Hope you enjoy my crawl and see all soon on the next one.. cheers for now..