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7:06 PM, Tuesday March 31st 2020

The imposed and ghosted lines feel very confident, however the ghosted lines kinda curve a bit. Just go with the flow and try to keep it straight, don't worry about accuracy too much. One thing to help out is to find a comfortable position with your shoulder and to relax the your muscles so that it'll flow better. Your planes feel confident and look great!

4:00 PM, Saturday April 4th 2020

Thanks a lot for the feedback!!! Yeah, I'll need to work on using the soulder/elbow, takes a while to get used to that movement.

5:24 PM, Saturday April 4th 2020

it'll take some time to get used to working from the shoulder, it can also be a work out sometimes, lol. just remember not to grind and to take breaks so that you dont stress yourself out.

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11:15 AM, Tuesday May 19th 2020

This lesson was already reviewed in another post, so I'm marking this duplicate as complete in order to remove it from the queue.

This community member feels the lesson should be marked as complete, and 2 others agree. The student has earned their completion badge for this lesson and should feel confident in moving onto the next lesson.
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