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6:58 AM, Thursday September 15th 2022
edited at 7:01 AM, Sep 15th 2022

Thank you so very much for the critique! While warming up for the revision I did notice that I did begin to slow down a bit at times when doing the ellipses and found that the wider ellipses and circles were giving me the most trouble. So for this one I did try to really just focus on ghosting and committing to the line rather than trying to self correct or go too slow to try and guide it to the right shape. I also tried to go for two lines rather than three and tried to focus more on those wider shapes. Again, thank you for your time and for the advice!

edited at 7:01 AM, Sep 15th 2022
12:12 PM, Sunday September 18th 2022

Heya, sorry I'm a bit late with answering. I was a bit busy the past few days and couldn't check ^^

You're definitely improving bit by bit. Don't forget to add the Tables of Ellipses to your warm-up :> Remember: we're aiming for a confident line, not an accurate one. Accuracy comes second so don't sacrifice your smooth line for it!

Just keep a good eye on that especially and keep doing it in your warm-ups. You can go on to the 250 Box Challenge ^^

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