This is the most important thing you will ever learn.

Fucking stab the paper.  Be a kamikaze bomber when you’re setting down a line and intend to screw up.  Don’t be afraid because it’s really just lines on fucking paper in the end, make fun of it while perfecting every single line, any hesitation you had doesn’t exist anymore, and know you know exactly what you’re trying to do.  Every line has a purpose.

ANYWAY.  I don’t know how to make it any more clear than that.  So mostly, yeah, hope the above couple pages from “Force” by Michael D. Mattesi will help someone.

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