Playing artist again

I bought a training course on architectural acquarel techniques, but figured I wanted to try it out on another pet subject: the LST325 in Evansville. Using a photo from Craig as model, I started on my first attempt. Got some of the scaling wrong, but figured to continue anyway, to practice. Will make another one after this one.

Now finishing the initial pen drawing phase, next some shading, then trying my new masking fluid and adding some modest color.

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