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8:39 PM, Tuesday May 3rd 2022

Hey Koyomi, thank you so much for your critique! You're right; I did repeat lines for the box exercises. I've noticed that this section required shorter strokes (aka dividing the page in 3) but I'm having difficulties drawing short strokes with my shoulder, so sometimes I defaulted to my elbow/wrist. The box section in particular was pretty wobbly.

Thanks again and I'll keep note of your notes! (also I wanna rate your critique as max stars but I understand 2 others have to agree first, so I'll wait til other members of the community rate your critique so it doesn't get mixed up with mine) (at least I think that's how it works...)

9:51 AM, Wednesday May 4th 2022
edited at 9:52 AM, May 4th 2022

no problem! and about the community agreement, not much people actually take the time to do that unfortunately but you could ask for agreements on the discord server

and i think you can move on without agreements (... i think)

edited at 9:52 AM, May 4th 2022
8:42 PM, Friday May 6th 2022

Thanks, will do! :>

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