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7:59 PM, Tuesday April 4th 2023

Thanks for the critique! Now I see it clearer, I still practicing and struggling mostly bc those were the first times, I am trying to ghost more my lines, I will practice the ghosting lines more since my pulse is kind of weak and my hand trembles sometimes.

The exercises are all in ink as you say, I used a pen since fineliners are kind of expensive here where I come from.

9:45 PM, Wednesday April 12th 2023

While it is important to maintain equilateral shapes on the form intersections, you forgot again to mark your intersections!! Also, if possible try to hatch making individual confident lines and avoid scribble, because it makes thing messy.

I think you're okay right now, but it is utmost essential that you try to perfect these exercises (doing them as warm ups) and try to follow their instructions. If you don't the future exercises will become more harder than needed!

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