Lets move some dirt. Create a bulldozer pushing some dirt around. Looks complicated, but these tutorials make it so easy. Have fun creating this one.
Start with a rectangle.
Pull the Corner Widgets to round the ends. COPY this shape, you will need it again later.
Add a dotted line to the oval by clicking on the Dashed Line in the Stroke Panel, Cap the ends, set the dash to ZERO and the gap to 28, stroke weight at 13 pts.
PASTE the original oval over the top of the dotted line
Change the dots to the same color as the oval.
Add two circles inside the oval. Add a rectangle inside as well.
Paste the oval again but use the Paste Behind command and fill it with a lighter gray.
Add a rectangle for the body, behind the tracks.
Use the Direct Selection Tool to select the top corners and pull the corners in. They will be round. Use the OPTION (ALT) and click on the corner widget target to cycle through the corner styles until you get to the flat style.
Add another rectangle behind for the cab.
Use the Direct Selection Tool to select the top right corner and move it to the left.
Use the Direct Selection Tool to select the top corners and pull the corner widgets in slightly.
Create a rounded corner rectangle, fill it with blue for the window. Cut the shape.
Select the cab and choose the Paste Inside function at the bottom of the Tool Bar.
Paste the window into the cab, Click on the Draw Normal mode.
Create a rectangle for the blade.
Add and oval over the rectangle. Select both shapes.
Use the minus from command in the Pathfinder Panel.
Add the blade to the front of the bulldozer. Add a rectangle for the smoke stack.
Create a rounded end rectangle.
Add it to the blade and the the track.
Repeat the of adding a dashed line to an arc. You will need to reduce the gap between the dots in the Stroke Panel.
Add the dotted arc to the smoke stack.
Create different sized circles for the dirt pile.
Select all the dirt circles and use the Pathfinder Unite mode.
Create a rectangle at the lower part of the dirt. Select the shapes and use the Pathfinder Minus Front mode.
Add the dirt behind the blade and you are done with your bulldozer. Nice job!