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9:12 PM, Thursday February 25th 2021

I've got a ton of critiques to do today, so I was only able to throw together a pretty quick breakdown construction here. One recommendation I do have for you though is to be a bit more careful with your choice in reference images. That black fur all blends together, making it a lot harder to discern different parts of the body. It does get easier to tell things apart as your skills improve and you learn what to look for, but earlier on it will make things needlessly more challenging.

7:20 PM, Friday February 26th 2021

Thank you!

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The Science of Deciding What You Should Draw

The Science of Deciding What You Should Draw

Right from when students hit the 50% rule early on in Lesson 0, they ask the same question - "What am I supposed to draw?"

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