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5:59 AM, Tuesday July 28th 2020
6:01 AM, Tuesday July 28th 2020

Pen kinda was running out of ink I planing on replacing it soon.

7:39 AM, Tuesday August 4th 2020

Hi again!

Sorry for taking so long to get back to you. The rough perspective exercise is a lot better! You'll get much more practice with boxes soon anyway ;) Ellipses are still rough, but that might be due in part to the pen running out of ink. Keep on working at them, and draw some for warm-up if you have the time.

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I think it's time for you to take the plunge into the 250 Box Challenge!

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9:02 AM, Thursday August 6th 2020

Ok, thanks a lot you feedback has been quite helpful.

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Like the Staedtlers, these also come in a set of multiple weights - the ones we use are F. One useful thing in these sets however (if you can't find the pens individually) is that some of the sets come with a brush pen (the B size). These can be helpful in filling out big black areas.

Still, I'd recommend buying these in person if you can, at a proper art supply store. They'll generally let you buy them individually, and also test them out beforehand to weed out any duds.

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