Lesson 1: Lines, Ellipses and Boxes

6:05 PM, Wednesday September 27th 2023

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Hi hi hello,

Soo I've been kind of off and on with art but I've been meaning to work very hard especially lately and I felt like this was a step in the right direction!

To me, my biggest problem is how shaky my lines are, which is why I like some of the exercices given here a lot of them try to work dexterity, I tend to over/undershoot a lot too when tracing anything.

I also kind of screwed the Tables of Eclipses cause it went over my head and I forgot to do the separtion part, so I did that on an separated page.

I hope someone sees this and tell me if I'm missing something or maybe what I should prioritize! Thank you in advance!

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