Sketches of billiard game with architects in Seoul
8 monthes ago - By Urban Sketchers
An impressive billiard player, pen and pastel/ many architects are playing billiards, pen and watercolor/ a scene of lively billiard hall, pen and pastel the counter near the entrance, pen and pastel enjoying delicious Chinese dishes during the break, pencil and watercolor smoking room in the corner of the billiard hall, pencil and watercolor a scene of the awards ceremony after the game, pencil and watercolor a variety of dynamic poses, pencil and watercolor
..Korea Institute of Registered Architects runs lots of hobby clubs such as climbing, music, photography, golf, billiard, and so on...
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