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3:21 PM, Monday February 3rd 2020

Close your eyes and draw exactly what you want to draw in your mind. Completely ignore what comes out on the paper, results are completely irrelevant as it's explained on the Lesson 0 text.

You can check out some of my "for fun" drawings on #well-that-went-poorly channel on discord. Hopefully I can make a daily habit out of it.

3:50 PM, Monday February 3rd 2020

This such a great idea with the daily post on the channel since is all about drawing and posting and not get your ego struck or care for the end piece, I will try from today to take up that challenge. Thank you!

1:24 PM, Tuesday February 4th 2020

If I can get things moving, I'll definitely post some of my stuff to the channel, too!

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