without prior planning, Phiboon and I were tracing down a piece of history of Bangkok's early settlement. The place we were was called Kudee Cheen, a unique and charming areas comprising several small and intimate communities. You would see that we did sketches of 3 different religion building.
Below, we were at a catholic church and school called Santa Cruz Church, a beautiful building where I tried out Phiboon's pastel colors. It was fun, if not scarry!
and then, a chinese temple for the very popular Goddess of Mercy (Guan Yin)
Before we end our sketchcrawl day at a Thai temple called Wat Kalyanamitr, where we had a very comfortable place to sketch
At 6.45 PM, we took a ferry back to Bangkok side of the river, with the view of Temple of Dawn where we started some 10 hours earlier!
It was a great experience, and I am glad to have the opportunity to be part of SketchCrawl. We hope our sketching group would grow bigger by the next crawl, as K Eye said, Bangkok crawl will never be the same again!
Pramote and Phiboon would upload their part of the crawl later, and if you like, you could see more photos of my crawl at http://www.flickr.com/photos/asnee
Thank you all for viewing, hope you enjoy the sketches and I welcome and would truly appreciate your comments..
Cheers from asnee