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7:26 PM, Thursday June 2nd 2022

https://imgur.com/a/anU1zHy

Is that better? I'm trying to be confident with my ellipses and I'm struggling to get different lineweights with my fineliner.

Thank you so much for your critique Abeanberry!

7:38 PM, Thursday June 2nd 2022

Much better! The lineweight in the swoops looks fine to me and the ellipses look good as well - tighter and more confident.

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I believe you are ready to move on to the 250 Box Challenge!

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