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5:16 AM, Saturday July 31st 2021

These are awesome, very clean and confident lines here.

2:31 PM, Saturday July 31st 2021

While your kind words are certainly appreciated, I am going to have to mark this feedback as unhelpful so this submission is no longer seen by the system ad having received a critique. It's important that feedback contains more detail as well as concrete next steps. Not everyone has the time to offer that, so if you don't, it's best to leave it to someone else.

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The Science of Deciding What You Should Draw

The Science of Deciding What You Should Draw

Right from when students hit the 50% rule early on in Lesson 0, they ask the same question - "What am I supposed to draw?"

It's not magic. We're made to think that when someone just whips off interesting things to draw, that they're gifted in a way that we are not. The problem isn't that we don't have ideas - it's that the ideas we have are so vague, they feel like nothing at all. In this course, we're going to look at how we can explore, pursue, and develop those fuzzy notions into something more concrete.

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