Sketches at the Seoul Nambu Bus Terminal
7 monthes ago - By Seoul Urban Sketchers
Pastels, water soluble crayons, brush pen, name pen, watercolor, sepia conte, colored paper, A 4
Though it was a little cold after raining yesterday sketching with new and old friends is always exciting. The inside was bustling with come-and go passengers. Some people gathered there for meeting their climbing members. I shared talks with them too while drawing. The Nambu Bus terminal has moved into this area on 1990 from Yongsan. Compared to other terminals the environment of the terminal looked somewhat older. But it looked familiar and friendly. New or old whatever is it we draw all for...
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