Okay, so now that we have got all of our words in here, there may still be some sort of awkward spaces leftover that you want to fill in a little bit. So looking at this, I think that thiss space and here's a little bit bizarre there's maybe a little too much space in between those, um also, I think I'm going to do a little something in here, some space around my coffee cup and definitely something needs to happen along these. These here, um and just for fun is going to get some serious flourishing going around it. So another good thing to look at at the end is also, um, as you've been shading throughout, um, if there's someplace where the page is feeling a little bit heavier than others, you might wantto, you know, take this time to also balance out the color a little bit. Um, not that this needs to be some polished piece, but it's really nice when you have a notebook full of these things to look back at after a while. So looking at it as a whole, after paying attention to each of the...
individual ones is just the last past that you're gonna want to give this okay, so now that I filled in all of the last little, awkward space is, uh, I think that my pieces done, and I'm pretty happy with it. So now I've got a great little collection of words and a ton of different styles that all described my day. Today. It created five. Um, I hope you enjoyed the class, and I hope this is something that you do again and again. You can watch the same class over, used the same prompts, um, and start with a totally different list of words in a totally different math and come up with a completely new piece each time. So, thanks so much.
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