Next illustration from my “Cold In Yokohama” is finally done. This time I tried to show a little more open space, as the previous pictures where a little bit cramped with a lot of background.
While I was living for 3 years in Kobe I really liked to walk along the cargo port pier where I could see a lot of different tug-ships and barges going about their business. This is how I imagined a big port city would look like and few old photos of Yokohama I found seem to confirm this.
Lines- mitsu-bishi pencils from HB to 8B
Colours- Shmincke and Winsor and Newton watercolours
Paper - 300g/㎡ Holbein SAUNDERS cold press F4 size