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1:20 AM, Saturday April 16th 2022

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I shift in and out of understanding how firm i need to hold my pen, how to use my whole arm and how firm and fast i move on the paper so its a bit inconsistent in some parts with ellipses where i wasnt holding tight enough and my hand will spasm randomly or be too shaky but im slowly learning.

5:22 AM, Monday April 18th 2022

Great job! I can see some improvements with your revision. As long as you doing this exercise as warm-ups after this lesson, you will gradually become more confident when using your whole arm, especially with ellipses.

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You can move on to the 250 boxes challenge. Keep up the good work ya~

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