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1:44 PM, Sunday August 22nd 2021

Alright, that's much better! I can see you're now committing to your lines even if they're not gonna hit the ending dot which is great! Keep drawing like that and the accuracy will improve with time. The issues with repeating lines have gone away as well, great work!

Overall like I said on the earlier critique you've done a great job, and with this I think you can go to the box challenge. Don't forget to do warmups from now on and keep up the good work, good luck!

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250 box challenge

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9:06 PM, Sunday August 22nd 2021

Thanks, I'll begin with the 250 boxes!

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