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How to draw what you see, more accurately

Have you ever tried drawing what you see in front of you? You want to make it look as accurate as possible but no matter how hard you try, it doesn't look like what you see? I have a theory of why this happens. And it is common to all of us. Check out this video to see how I explain it and also what we can do so we can draw what you see right now! I couldn't fit everything I wanted to say in one video. It would have made it overloaded. So I added a more detailed version of my drawing segment in a separate video here:

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