(Repost) Finished drawing jinx

7:27 AM, Saturday April 30th 2022

IMG_8122.HEIC - Google Drive

Google Docs: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ReQ0VUiNdld_BDDSpXPIxvISFoj6iyta/view?usp=drivesdk

I left this drawing hanging for five months and now that I am feeling a little bit better, I tried picking up the pencil again. Felt good to finally see it complete.

(Reposted it since I pasted the wrong link)

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8:43 PM, Monday May 2nd 2022

wow, this is great! How long did it take?

2:04 AM, Saturday May 7th 2022

It took me two days to complete about 75% and then took a break from it. Then a day to complete the rest. Overall, I spend three days for this.

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