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    9:24 PM, Thursday March 24th 2022

    Thank you! i will try to slow down next time!

    12:25 AM, Saturday January 29th 2022

    I think it got better, now. Super imposed lines got wobbly at the end.

    9:53 PM, Friday January 28th 2022

    I'd perfer to work on sketchbook, because I draw on the floor mostly, and need a hard space due to the carpet (perphas I should get a clipboard or something?) I think the paper was a lot like printer paper, so I assume it should be alright for now. But I will try to find some good printer paper and maybe make a switch over to that.

    9:49 PM, Friday January 28th 2022

    Thank you for the wonderful critque! Lines are very hard for me, so I will try to improve as much as I can and with these exercises!

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