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5:25 PM, Sunday May 3rd 2020

you have to draw the demos before attempting the homework on all lessons as specified on the assignments part

10:22 PM, Sunday May 3rd 2020
edited at 10:30 PM, May 3rd 2020

Uh, where is it written? On the assignment page I'm reading that it is recommended but not mandatory

edited at 10:30 PM, May 3rd 2020
10:40 PM, Sunday May 3rd 2020

Oh, so you mean you've watched them all, but not drawn them?

10:53 PM, Sunday May 3rd 2020

Yes, I watch all the demos before starting homeworks, but I never make them into submitted pages

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