Oh I love this sketch. It reminds me of some of the wonderful ones you did for the sketchbook project.
love this piece.
Is that laundry hanging out to dry? I love it! I really like the black and white of the building and the laudry and then the shock of color in the plant, writing and the striped awning.
This is amazing! I love the use of limited color - just perfect! I hope your shoulder and wrist is better now :-)
Truly inspired. I love it! The awning is especially delightful. I also love the contrasts between color and black and white. Beautiful.
Love your sketches, and your site. I just used your cobra sketch on a new blog - http://sketchesandjottings.wordpress.com
What a good one, Debra!Love the detailsXoXo
Whilst I like your detailed still life drawings, the cherries are perfect, I always love to see these slices of HK life. I really like the way you have chosen to only colour the outside.
I love this, especially the contrast between the black and white and the red lettering. It reminded me of an exhibition I went to ages ago, photos showing the history of Liverpool's Chinatown. Really nice work!
I love the black & white with limited colour. Interesting subject too.
You have a great talent I enjoy the visits to your blog.
I love you selective use of color. Makes an already great drawing gorgeous.
This is another stunner! I agree, your minimal use of color is inspired! nancy
I so welcome the monochrome drawing with tiny details of colors =) I love the great details on this one!
Hi This is Toko.I just happen to find this page by searching Google with "Tai Hang"! I tried to find this page earlier thru your blog and couldn't! How bizarre and I am glad now your sketch 'represents' my neighbour. :)Love it. IT has it's nice style of yours.
Thanks for your comments everyone!