02 October 2016

Back to Pulau Ubin

Back to Pulau Ubin 
These 2 sketches were done this morning ( 2 Oct 2016 ) at  Jalan Pekan Ubin . 
I was there to promote my book : Pulau Ubin - The Last Frontier.
My tools are Hero 578 pen, Lamy Joy 1.1 pen, Super5 pen, Super5 Ink - Atlantic, 
Holbein water brush L and Kunst & Papier Sketchbook ( 30cm X 24cm ) by Shop Oryx 

01 October 2016

Pulau Ubin - The Last Frontier

Pekan Quarry

Main Village

Chek Jawa Coastal Line

View from NPark Office

Outward Bound Singapore

Changi Point Jetty

Loading at Changi Point Jetty

Queueing for boat to Pulau Ubin

29 September 2016

Here & There

A fruit stall at Tanjong Pagar Market

Architectural Details

Club Street

Balinese wall at Singapore Botanic Grdenden


Street of Singapore

Emerald Hill Road

Singapore Botanic Garden

27 September 2016

Video for Peak Seah & Tras St sketchwalk

Here's the video for the recent sketchwalk at Peak Seah, Tra St, Duxton Hill

This is my sketch. Sketched with Cretacolor Nero pencil, Daniel Smith watercolour on Strathmore 500 series mixed media journal.

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22 September 2016

September Sketchwalk

For the session this coming Saturday, we visit Peck Seah / Tras Street, where some huge shophouses stand proudly against an ever climbing skyline.

9:30 am
Tanjong Pagar MRT Station
Exit A

There's a field like place by the side near the temple. And early birds can have their breakfast across the street at the coffeeshop or food centre.

Peck Seah and Tras Street, plus Tanjong Pagar Road, run parallel with lots of beautiful shophouses to catch your eye, and we'll move north towards Duxton.

12:30 pm
Flor Patisserie
2 Duxton Hill
Singapore 089588

We will end here, and those who wish to can enjoy Francis Theo's current exhibition of sketches done of Pulau Ubin.

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31 August 2016

Niven Road Sketchwalk

Here's the video for this month's sketchwalk at Niven Road, Selegie Centre and Mackenzie Road.

14 June 2016

Tiong Bahru again!




The top is the completed work and the next one was taken just before I apply colouring on location. I led a group of my colleagues and their families to Tiong Bahru and sketch. The ad-hoc sketchwalk was conducted in conjunction with the LEGO exhibition at the campus. Sum Kwan, the 5-year-old boy really impressed me with his drawing. He could identify shapes on the spot and drew with very confident lines. Paul's son who is nine, is also good and bold in his line work. I had so much to observe and learn from these children. The lease we can do is to encourage them to do more so they will continue to sketch, draw, paint and enjoy the process of mark making.

29 May 2016