AWarmSnowflake

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    9:11 AM, Saturday June 20th 2020

    Thank you very much!

    That cricket abdomen made me scratch my head quite a bit. I'll keep your advices in mind for the next lesson.

    Have a nice day !

    10:01 AM, Wednesday June 17th 2020

    [https://imgur.com/gallery/x938lAE]

    First of all I wanted to thank you very much for this critique, which I felt was very accurate and thourough. SO, thank you :).

    Here I've done the assignment you gave me. I have tried to draw as big as possible, but it would appear that It is still a habit that I need to learn. I also had to refrain from going to heavyhanded with the textures, and I will be doing the texture challenge as you suggested.

    Anyways, there is one thing where i have encountered a problem : all of the Drawabox exercices I have done were made using exclusively a Staedtler pigment liner 0.5, which I believe is the pen you suggested that I use. I might have been not using it properly. These last three pages were done with another pen (still 0.5 ink).

    Thanks again and have a nice day !

    2:56 PM, Tuesday June 9th 2020

    Will do so. Thanks for your critique :)!

    2:54 PM, Tuesday June 9th 2020

    Hi Hamsetro, thank you very much for your critique! I'll do as you say and keep practicing these things during my warmups. Thanks again!

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