Should we take our time when ghosting while not skipping beats?
3:49 PM, Friday June 26th 2020
In the ghosted lines exercise, I hear Uncomfortable talk about the importance of not skipping a beat or breaking the rhythm when we ghost our lines. However, earlier on in a previous lesson, he mentions that confidence comes with preparation. In other words, we had to take our time to position our pen at the start of each guideline. So like how we ensure that the superimposed lines don't fray on both sides, should we also ensure that each line for the ghosted lines exercise starts precisely on a point, and not just near it?
If so, how are we meant to take our time in doing so while not breaking any rhythms when ghosting?