Corner Savoy, Great Eastern Street, EC2. Pencil and watercolour 149 x 210 mm
I started this a week or so ago, popping back to do a bit more. The second bit of popping, however wasn't what I was expecting. The metal pipes attached to the frontage, which I thought were there to hold the building together, were nothing of the sort. Instead, on the main section, we now have a jolly great tarpaulin advert stretched from the top of the windows to the bottom of the arches. Thanks TSB.
The moral being, draw places while one is there. Popping isn't always the way to go.