My previous sketchwalk with Urbansketchers Cebu was 2 months ago in Rizal Museum.
Now, I’m happy and excited to be able to attend the official sketchwalk.
This time around, I was able to bring two new members interested in Urbansketching.
Casa Gorordo Museum.
It’s an old place, filled with antiques and stuffs. I didn’t really went in to see the exhibit.
Most of us just stayed outside and sketch.
We are waiting for other members to arrive.
While waiting, me and my friends ordered a few drinks and a bottled water for watercolor.
And then I sketch the front of the restaurant to kill time. My other friend followed. And then eventually most of us are sketching the restuarant. Not knowing that my little initiative has influence a few guys.
Soon after that, people went outside to sketch the facade of house.
Unfortunately I’m still sketching the restaurant. (And I’m not alone.)
By the end of the morning, I only manage to sketch one thing — the restaurant 😀
Anyway, here’s my sketch.
The red rectangular-ish thing in the lower right is a stamp of Urbansketchers Cebu. The first stamp isn’t very clear. The second stamp (the smaller one) is a bit clearer, but still fuzzy. Maybe because of the quality of the paper.
There are students on the floor above this restaurant. Maybe they’re on seminar or something.
The left door is a glass door with a metallic frame leading outside the vicinity. Most of the sketchers are sketching beyond that door.
By the way, their hot chocolate drink is just 35 pesos (cocoa drink). I was expecting around 90-100 pesos as that’s what the average price I knew.
Here are the people attending the event creating beautiful art of the place.
Photo credits to Xericho Monte de Ramos (Xericho Invictus)
No one went to see the museum. (I guess I’m not alone in this decision).
Everyone’s busy sketching.
The complete artworks will be blogged in their official blog page Urban Sketchers Cebu.