Homework

Once you've completed a lesson, one of the best ways to refine your understanding of that material is to help others by critiquing their work. After having done thousands of critiques and having improved immensely over the last few years, I can attest to that myself.

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    Dudeman69

    4:11 AM, Monday August 10th 2020
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    bodaciousss

    7:02 PM, Sunday August 9th 2020
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    TheUnstable

    3:58 PM, Sunday August 9th 2020
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    DoubtfulPenguin

    11:37 AM, Sunday August 9th 2020
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    OSinA

    8:38 AM, Sunday August 9th 2020
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    Liamnguyen

    3:58 AM, Sunday August 9th 2020
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    MrVekyl

    2:28 AM, Sunday August 9th 2020
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    wifu4lifu

    5:31 PM, Friday August 7th 2020
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    ChristopherBeaven

    10:26 PM, Saturday August 8th 2020
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    Roostercycle

    8:54 PM, Saturday August 8th 2020
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    Havic

    8:49 PM, Saturday August 8th 2020
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    thyme_town

    8:34 PM, Saturday August 8th 2020
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    3hk

    3:43 PM, Saturday August 8th 2020
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    starkiller

    12:39 AM, Friday August 7th 2020
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    CGTespy

    10:06 PM, Thursday August 6th 2020
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Pens from Drawabox

Pens from Drawabox

When it comes to getting your hands on fineliner pens, there's a few common challenges. They tend to be on the expensive side, with reasonably priced packs usually including pens of many different sizes (since we're only using the 0.5mm pens here, that means a lot of extra ones you won't necessarily use). On top of that, depending on where you live, it can be quite difficult to get access to pens to begin with.

In order to help with this, we are now selling pens through the Drawabox website. Packs of 10 (all 0.5mm) go for $16.50 USD, with free shipping in the continental United States. We tried pens from several different suppliers, and chose the ones that felt best.

Now, if you can go to an art supply store and pick pens up in person, that's still your best bet (especially if the stores sell the pens individually). But if you can't, these may ultimately be a cheaper option. We even test them all out before sending to make sure you don't get stuck with any duds.

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