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3:34 PM, Wednesday January 10th 2024

Hello! Here's the critique

Like I said in the video tell me if you have any questions or doubts!

You can do the optional challenges if you want after this, but this is the end of the main lessons, so congratulations on finishing drawabox!

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9:29 PM, Wednesday January 10th 2024

Hey, thanks for taking the time to look at my work! I will be honest, I was feeling a little exhausted toward the end of this lesson despite working on my 50% and maybe I should've taken some time off. Despite that though, I still feel that I've learned something so thank you for that! I do have one question though, you said I could DM you for critique. What does that mean exactly? Also, are you okay with that? I don't want to overwhelm you. There are a lot of people still waiting to be critiqued out there and lately it's been feeling like that number keeps on growing.

8:41 AM, Thursday January 11th 2024
edited at 8:50 AM, Jan 11th 2024

Yeah it's fine, and don't worry if you ask me for something if I got other stuff to do I'll just answer a bit later. Same for the queue, I clean it eventually, it basically goes on spurts.

I do it like this as well so the queue doesn't get cleared extremely fast and I don't compete with official critique lol. Also that way there are more chances for other people to take over the crits so I end up taking less work overall.

And about the critique I just meant for your personal art if you wanted

edited at 8:50 AM, Jan 11th 2024
7:43 PM, Thursday January 11th 2024

Honestly, I don't know what to say. Thank you! Do you normally critique people's personal art? I'm asking just out of curiosity.

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