Thanks, that was fun.

1:58 AM, Saturday April 2nd 2022

I just wanted to thank Uncomfortable for the drawing prompt interlude. I had a lot of fun doing it and other people seemed to enjoy it too. I have been doing drawing prompts for my 50% for a while now, but this was the first time I had a time limit and posting requirement. I think it pushed me to try a little harder. I saw some really good stuff out there although I wasn't able to see everybody's work. There was a lot of participation. Again, thanks.

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3:27 AM, Saturday April 2nd 2022

I'm not yet sure how it worked out on the 'vacation' front, but I was definitely thrilled to see all of the participation. Students are notoriously scared of throwing themselves out there, so I had my doubts about how many people would jump into the deep end, but a ton of people did, and I know a lot of them were really working against their own self-doubt and fear.

So to everyone who participated - congratulations on a job well done!

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4:46 PM, Saturday April 2nd 2022

hey I had to draw stuff I usually stay clear of, so these prompts were amazing to work on!

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9:00 PM, Saturday April 2nd 2022

Yes! This event was so great. I am looking forward to the next one. This definitely showed me that I can be a lot more productive with a bit of direction and a deadline. I too really enjoyed the community interaction and seeing all the wonderful creations. So much creative energy flowed through Drawabox this last week.

Thank you so much Comfy and the team.

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