Questions/Discussions

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  • Texture Difficulties

    ducktalez123

  • Do I receive credits when upgrading Patreon tier?

    algebrartist

  • [VIDEO] After 2 weeks of practicing every day, I still can't draw a straight line. What am I doing wrong?

    dgscott922

  • Realism in the 50% rule

    RandyFdez

  • Can you do drawabox's course with a technical pencil?

    superrr

  • How to stop feeling stuck when learning/doing art?

    SeymourR

  • How do i upload my work with those links ?

    Benjamin

  • Is there a term for this?

    Jme

  • Drawing pad

    GeryHUN

  • Is this normal that my hand hurt?

    Limon_v_Rozhu

  • Should I do lesson 1 again?

    shelanoir

  • Question on Acceptable Paper for Official Critique

    LadyJesk

  • How important is it to see the end point?

    RogrWilco

  • 250 Box's VPs

    dollsarescary

  • Shoulder VS Elbow

    Ouro

  • 25 Wheel Challenge How to use cast shadows to detail wheels?

    Grain00

  • Doing the drawabox lessons with no feedback

    Ingeidem

  • Lesson 5 Leg question

    cooter20

  • Question About Not Having The Right Material.

    HannahTheDrawingLearner15

  • Instagram

    Katya001

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