Partial Lesson 1 Submission (3 / 10 exercises)

4:58 PM, Thursday April 16th 2020

Imgur: The magic of the Internet


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Hello fellow Drawabox members and affiliates alike. I've just started out lesson 1 and finished the homework section.

I would be very thankful for any critques. even if its only one summary!

Enjoy your day!

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5:12 PM, Thursday April 16th 2020

Beautiful linework! I can see that you are also making good use of the space on your paper! Keep up the good work!

6:23 PM, Thursday April 16th 2020

Hello TotalTempest!

Thank you for the critique! I wasnt so sure if the review system works, which it does!

Happy journeys ahead of you, my friend!

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