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12:45 PM, Wednesday July 15th 2020

Thanks for the reply.

Yes, that pretty much makes a lot of sense to me. One question I have though - would that increase tapering in my line work if I were to lift the pen instead of stopping at the mark? And is this okay, or not?

2:04 PM, Wednesday July 15th 2020

It does, and that's ok. That's what Uncomfortable recommends anyways. It is better having some tapering in your line work than having a curvy, wobbly, end to your line.

7:35 PM, Saturday July 18th 2020

Alright then. Thanks for your time.

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