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5:05 PM, Saturday December 4th 2021

its hard to say without having seen your art, but these courses are tough. Honestly, I would go through Proko's figure drawing AND anatomy classes and THEN do CDA. If you've never really studied figure drawing, jumping right into CDA would be a mistake. It's not fun and games. The critiques are real. Get as good as you can before spending the money - the better you are, the more you'll get out of it.

10:35 PM, Saturday December 4th 2021

Thank you for the answer!

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