Partial Lesson 1 Submission (8 / 10 exercises)

6:47 AM, Monday July 26th 2021

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i've been noticed that using my shoulder to draw is very hard thing to do because i was physically weak so on 30 minutes time when i'm drawing, my shoulder is shaking and my line became wavy, so this weekend i'm working on it with workout.

i can't wait to see your feedback !!!

sorry if there is some bad grammar because i'm not native english speaker.

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