You can but it’s not necessary. All the exercises have been designed as simply experiential, thus not requiring feedback. In other words, it’s more important that you experience what it’s like to try and find balance or harmony among, let’s say three dissimilar shapes – than to try and get them absolutely, spot-on perfect. By experiencing the numerous examples that you’ll encounter throughout this course, the ideas will grow on you. Reinforcements are quietly planted throughout the programming of this site. You are encouraged to do all the exercises. After completion, re-attempt one of your first exercises, but only after you’ve completed the rest of the course. Then compare your first attempt with your evolved attempt. Do this with a couple of other exercises. Write down which changes you’ve noticed in your work and what might have changed about your approach.

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