After three weeks, I've finally completed colouring all the sketches I drew in Hong Kong and Macau. There are a few still in black and white because I had forgotten to take reference photo for them.
I like Macau more than Hong Kong because the wider range of architectural styles. In Hong Kong, it's mostly high-rise residential or commercial buildings. In Macau, you have those, but you also have the flashy casinos and the European style buildings from the Portuguese colonial period.
Hong Kong is quite impressive though. You can look at Hong Kong Island's skyline from Tsim Sha Tsui and not be able to see any gaps in between the buildings. Cost of living there must be high. Yet when I look at those Cost of Living charters, I see that Singapore is higher than Hong Kong. However, I can't find a place in Hong Kong that sells a bowl of noodles cheaper than I can easily find in Singapore. That's weird.
Below are selected sketches from the 97 I drew.
Big Buddha at Ngong Ping Village.
Macau General Post Office
Ruins of St Pauls
Statue at a small garden beside Ruins of St Pauls
Prosperity tree at Wynn
View from The Peak
People are still protesting
You can see all of them on my blog and the original black and white sketches on my Google+ page.