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In This Lesson We Learn How to Draw A Cat
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I dont want to sound like an ass but
you should first learn how to draw by yourself before starting teaching others :D.
No offense when you keep up you will get better and better and one day you will
deliver the quality people actually wanna see
Way, way, way too slow. You need to speed up your tweens and for the intro maybe even animate two pencils at once just so it doesn't drag on as long. I'm going to assume you're using guided motion tweens for the pencil. If that's the case, fine. But as the circle is slowly being drawn, you should also tween a masking layer rather than periodically adding another part of the circle, it will make your animation look realistic. On top of that, your voice is uninspired at best and mumbled at worst.
This would all be excusable if it weren't for the fact that this cat is terribly simple and not very realistic or even stylized. Within the time I spent watching this I feel like I could have drawn a better picture myself.
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