Wednesday, 29 February 2012

Koi fish in Hong Kong Park

Last week, I went to Hong Kong for the first time. I managed to sketch a Koi fish in Hong Kong Park. I used a sepia Pentel Colour Brush and then added a few colours with my Sennelier watercolour travel box.



Koi fishes in Hong Kong Park

The fishes were moving all the time or only stopping for a brief moment. My sketch is in fact a composite representation of several Koi fishes.

Hong Kong Park

Hong Kong Park is a bit of nature surrounded by the numerous towers of Central Hong Kong. While there, I visited the Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware. As the name says, this museum is devoted to teaware, with pieces dating from Western Zhou (11th century B.C. - 771 B.C.) up to contemporary creations. Some of the ceramic pieces are really amazing.


The Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware

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