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4:47 PM, Sunday September 26th 2021

I am so so sorry for leaving you waiting for so long! I took a small break from Dab but I'm back now.

I can definitely see improvement in your revisions, your forms look more 3D now and the organic intersections feel like they have more weight to them now.

There is not much I can add, there are a couple of mistakes here and there but I believe that you can improve upon them by simply adding these exercises to your warm up sessions.

I believe you are ready for L3.

Next Steps:

Move on to Lesson 3.

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8:28 PM, Sunday September 26th 2021

It's alright! I asked for some feedback on the discord like you recommended, they said it was fine so I went ahead to lesson 3. Thanks again for the critique, I keep coming back to it when I'm struggling.

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