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11:12 AM, Saturday July 18th 2020

Focussed practice, patience and time. That is all that is needed. Make sure you are doing the ghosting bit first. Eventually won't need to do it as much but when learning you do.

11:14 PM, Monday July 20th 2020

So it is normal to feel pain? Because it's painful to me when I try to use my shoulder and I feel like I have to choose between using my shoulder or drawing straight lines.

8:10 AM, Tuesday July 21st 2020

No. But you didn't mention pain. It is difficult yes, but not painful.

See a doctor and/or take a break.

3:37 PM, Tuesday July 21st 2020

I should had mentioned it earlier. Thank you very much.

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