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11:30 PM, Wednesday March 23rd 2022

Thanks, you are doing much better, try to keep applying line weight on future attempts.

if you are using ballpoint pens consistently wipe the ball point tip on a napkin or cloth to clean excessive ink buildup on the ball.

Anyways, I'll go ahead and mark this as complete.

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6:01 AM, Sunday March 27th 2022

ok bro so are there any guides i can follow to give people critique for 250 boxes like u did to me ???

4:34 PM, Sunday March 27th 2022

yeah here it is : https://pastebin.com/dbjR9MFj

4:20 AM, Tuesday March 29th 2022

Here's a quick guide by Elodin: https://pastebin.com/dbjR9MFj

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