Final piece in this “Tokyo Storefront” watercolour illustration series. This is a really interesting sushi shop located in the Yanaka Tokyo district. I like how this building combines traditional Japanese elements with this designer’s white front and.
This architectural sketch, drawn in marker, makes use of Copic pens, which provide very little definition. The artist has therefore used techniques with a finer black marker, such as hatching and crosshatching to render the initial sketch.
The fourth illustration from my “Tokyo Storefronts” watercolour series. This time I decided to paint something more modern (I think, though I can not be sure how old the building is really) - a Chinese restaurant somewhere between my house and Shinjuku.