Water Colour Sketch of Hagia Sophia
A line and wash sketch of Hagia Sophia, a place of worship built as a Christian church at Constantinople (now Istanbul, Turkey) in the 6th century under the Byzantine emperor Justinian I. Subsequently it served as a mosque, a museum and has recently been converted into a Grand Mosque again. You may want to read my blog post on the recent developments….
Sketching tools: Pentel ENERGEL 0.5 mm needle point ball pen and Camlin Water Colour paints.