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    That's pretty good. Even though while tutorials of how to draw from experts is good, it's always best to draw something which is your own style. I ought to know as I do a lot of "teach myself" art too with help from friends online and from this course too. I have a better understanding of layers and even did a full digital comic with the stuff I've learned over the years. Here's my website of two comics I have done so far (one of them is still a work in progress):

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    Awesome! I've been practising digital art for ages, but I always love new information and guides and the fact this is structured is a great help. Can't wait to check it all out!
    I know that you believe you understand what you think I said, but I'm not sure you realize that what you heard is not what I meant. - Robert McCloskey

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    Default Great resources

    Thanks for sharing these! I found this channel really informative and inspiring when learning concept designing:

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