Inky_White

The Fearless

The Resilient (Spring 2022)

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  • The Resilient (Spring 2022)
  • Sharing the Knowledge
  • The Fearless
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  • Basics Brawler
    1:18 AM, Wednesday August 10th 2022

    Lesson 5 Revisions

    https://imgur.com/a/pNVZkdC

    I have been wanting to try to both submit homework to unoffical critiques as well as rating some critiques myself. That being said, I am afraid that if I critique others, I may give some advice that isn't actually helpful, or even give harmful advice. Do you have anything to say to that?

    Thank you

    10:23 PM, Saturday June 25th 2022

    Do drawabox exercises and warmups translate well to digital? I'm still doing my work on paper, but I was wondering if there was value in practicing for digital as well.

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    7:52 PM, Friday June 24th 2022

    Has a nice comfy vibe, even if it wasn't necessarily intended

    12:43 AM, Wednesday June 1st 2022

    Ok, thank you

    10:05 PM, Tuesday May 31st 2022

    S

    4:03 AM, Thursday March 31st 2022

    Sweet drawing

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    3:03 AM, Thursday March 31st 2022

    The link doesn't seem to be working

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    2:12 AM, Sunday March 27th 2022

    I like the choice of colors

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    2:08 AM, Sunday March 27th 2022

    Gives me dreamy Mario Galaxy vibes

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    3:07 AM, Saturday March 26th 2022

    Nice

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