I sometimes go for a walk in a park where there is a red flower tree. I picked one of the buds, went home, put it in a bottle, and the next day I found a beautiful red flower in my kitchen.
I drew two motifs, the red flower and a picture that my daughter recently wore on a helmet. To be precise, when I imagined that my daughter in a helmet was the first to add something, the red flower came to my mind.
Once you have drawn it, you can redraw it a number of times or draw layers in layers until you are satisfied with it. If you draw the first, second, third, and fifth times as a whole, you will finally have a basic base, and from there, you will draw about twice as many times. I drew this picture for a total of about 7 hours over two days, Saturday and Sunday.
The drawing was wrong, so I repainted it on the second day.
The red flowers.
Completed by drawing a picture of a monster helmet.
I also repainted it a lot.
These two images are combined together and became the image that I imaged at the beginning.
It became like a picture in a picture book.