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8:33 PM, Tuesday March 22nd 2022

Thanks for replying! Well if you say so, I guess it's only a matter of time till I get used and I pull it off naturally. I did the entirety of Lesson 1 without doing warmups, they get introduced in Lesson 2, right? After my critique I hope of learning the warm ups so I can absorb them into my daily habits.

10:51 PM, Tuesday March 22nd 2022

It all takes time and lots of repetitions. It is something that happens with regular and consistent practice over months, not a few days. When it comes to art, you have to forget about looking for very short term improvements and notice the improvements in the long term when they happen. Then onto the next skill.....

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