Sunday Morning @ Muntri Street – Last, last Sunday, I went to Muntri Street in Penang with my classmate and a group of pro sketchers to sketch the place, for leaning and sharing and fun. Muntri Street is really a nice place in Penang full of beautiful eclectic colonial style shophouses. It has history, it has story and arts. There’s many guesthouses at there too!
Interior design students from Taylor’s University was having a trip to Penang, the most beautiful city in Malaysia and one of the activity was ‘Sketch Muntri Street’, also an activity conducted by pro sketcher Ch’ng Kiah Kiean. I feel sad that my hand is not as pro as them, I don’t really sketch stuff, in fact, I kinda suck at it. I did some sketch, a bit, but then I went photo shooting around the place instead.
It’s a nice sunny Sunday morning and the weather was pretty clear, but then it’s hot too! I sweat quite a lot. Back to sketch, looking at other’s people sketches, I told myself I really have to sketch more. It doesn’t have to be uber pretty or detailed, as long as it has feeling, has visual, has proportion than it’s good, according to one of the pro sketches. Sketching is for fun and to express one’s feel to a visual.
Guess what I have found on Muntri Street? It’s another super big mural done by Ernest Zacharevic who did the Armenian Street’s mural. This one is really huge on a big piece of wall. It looks a bit scary but what the story is that it’s about a little girl learning kung-fu.
Look brilliant isn’t it?
Penang is awesome isn’t it? Spot my sketch, it’s the smallest piece. HAHA. Happy weekend ahead. =)