This time, I drew a bulldozer. Not because I wanted to, but because I needed to express something. Yet I enjoyed drawing that part even more than painting the flowers, and you can tell, because of how much more detail one thing had over the other. A lot of the enjoyment may have come from this past Inktober experience. There is something cathartic about outlining a thing in pen. About making thin lines and thick lines, making them permanent and bold. It feels more like play time.
Of course, I had to rely on reference shots. But if I practice enough buildings, bulldozers, scenes, landscapes, I should be able to collect enough details to create something on my own. Give it a shot. You may surprise yourself.