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12:21 AM, Saturday October 7th 2023

Hello quat! Here's your critique!

If you have any questions or didn't understand something please ask! Like I said on the video I want one page of arrows and one page of branches, make sure to focus on confidence and good luck!

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1 page of arrows

1 page of leaves

Focus on confidence and drawing through the ellipses 2 times!

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7:35 PM, Tuesday October 17th 2023

Thanks for the critique https://imgur.com/a/9rco4PL

8:13 AM, Thursday October 19th 2023

Hello! Confidence is better on the lines, but you're still struggling a bit on the ellipses, so keep reminding yourself to focus on confidence. You might need to draw faster to do it, so start playing with speed until you can see they don't have any wobble.

There's also some missalignments on the branches ellipses, so try to keep an eye on that as well. Good job and good luck on lesson 4!

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Lesson 4

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