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12:05 AM, Thursday November 25th 2021

I started doing warm ups after finishing the ghosted lines exercise because before then you don't have much to warm up on. Since you don't submit your warm ups you could do them with something other than ink, but it's still best to do them with the same pens if you can because then you warm up more effectively since you're using the same tool you'll use for the lessons.

1:13 AM, Thursday November 25th 2021

So definitely i am going to start doing warmups lol thanks!

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