Monday, March 29, 2010

Hong Kong / China Sketches (March 2010)

Sorry it's been a while since my last post!  It's been a busy year so far, and I'm trying to get my feet back on the ground :)

Recently, I had the privilege of taking a business trip to Hong Kong & China for the past couple of weeks – and while I took my sketchbook with me, I didn't have too much time to draw...but nevertheless, here are a few pages below.  Quick sketches & watercolors took place on Cheung Chau Island, Lantau Island (where the Tian Tan Buddha – aka "The Big Buddha" – resides), Dongguan Railway Station, and the Hong Kong International Airport.  Some touch-ups were added later.

Thanks for visiting & for your support!


 This post is dedicated to Norm.

7 comments:

Kendra Melton said...

Nice, I especially like the two old people on the right of the second page. lol

Kwestone said...

AWESOME! Need to be more like you and constantly sketch. Or maybe I can steal your powers some how. Guess I better get started building that machine that does that thing I said? Ya know... with power stealing.

Viv said...

Thanks, Kendra! Thanks, Kwestone! :)

shadi said...

Nice sketches! You know what's weird? Nobody's smiling. :(

Viv said...

Thanks, Shadi! Aww...well, the Big Buddha is sorta smiling...sorta?

WilliamsWorld said...

That's awesome that you were able to go there and have that experience! Again, your work never ceases to amaze me!

Viv said...

Thank you so much, Anna! You never cease to amaze me too! Cheers to you & your family – and of course, Baby Fletcher :)