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This is only one of the many reasons why art is important to humanity and useful to society: it can help us feel less alone. Marshall shares a story on the Draftsmen Podcast about a student he had who grew up homeless. Whenever his mother had extra money, she would buy Sonic Hedgehog comics for him. I don't know the comics, but apparently, through thick and thin, Sonic always came through. The student as a young boy would tell himself, "If Sonic can do it, so can I." If you hear Marshall tell this story on the podcast, it's much more inspiring, and I'm feeling emotional just thinking about it. Books have kept me going throughout my life. Graphic novels have meant much to marginalized teens in all walks of life. If your art reaches one person and helps them, it's a reason to keep making art.
I am stuck with beans; how long should I do this practice until I can move on? I have done the lesson twice; and this is the 3rd re-do of the twist section. Short of memorizing the poses; I have a hard time seeing whether the torso or the pelvis is in front. Any feedback would be appreciated. Tia