Sad not to see any of my stuff this time around but I definitely did learn a few things from this critique video. If I may though. Proko you mention practicing straight lines, now I've done quite a bit of another free art program called Drawabox and that's one of the starting drills. The instructor does mention that it's fine to rotate the page around when drawing, does this apply to drawing straight lines as well? I feel like that would defeat the purpose. I ask this because I recently went back to doing this drill and there's definitely some angles where I can't draw a straight line, my arm's movement is just way too awkward for that angle.
@Stan Prokopenko , so does the quality of my lines just mean confidence? can they be thin and sharp as a needle or bold and "messy" like on your turtle drawings as long as they LOOK confident/intentional. both counts as good line quality
my day #2 drawing: a gorilla wooden toy, I found it on google. I didn't expect it to be so difficult and ... ended up simplifying the head, redrew a leg one last time and made this image. it took almost 2 hours. i wanted to upload to show I'm doing something