Whenever I go to Incheon wharf I look up the long bridge. Yesterday I tried to draw it. While drawing a guy came to me wondering what I did. He was a staff working at the right building in picture. He said that the bridge was for carrying ice lump to the small tower where the ice would be broken into pieces. The ice particles would be loaded in fishing ships. I didn't the left building, Wuonyang Mulsan(deep-sea fishery producing company) where the bridge started. Kindly enough the staff game me a cup of hot coffee too, for which I thanked.
compressed charcoal, A 4
A couple was working in a small boat near the concrete wall of the wharf for removing the oysters from the shells.
I kept sketching them with charcoal, pastels and pen. A 4
There has been a company near the wharf. It produces anchors and other iron goods for ships. Passing the factory I feel like to draw those piled goods always. The dark inside and the sunlit outside made a scene. charcoal, pastels, A 4
Incheon city locates west coast of Korea far from Seoul by 40 km more or less. Though it takes more than two hours it's worth for me to capture the sea scenery, which I can't get in Seoul. Yesterday I did 10 drawings using dry materials mostly. The weather was very fine. So I could keep drawing looking around.