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    i was curious on which you believe is better, to study a variety of subjects at the same time, or to focus on one thing until your good then move on. i have little time away from work so i'm trying to make it count.

    i was thinking i would spend a week just studying one thing like the skull then after that week spend the next on the muscles of the face and so on.

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    If you're doing self-study, I think it's best to study things that you personally find interesting as they occur to you, followed by mundane matters (anatomy, planes, perspective, gesture, et cetera) if you cannot find anything interesting at the moment.

    Forcing yourself to grind away just leads to burn out, but grinding away in order to do what you want to the best of your ability is never a chore.

    Take it from me, I've tried to stick to rigorous study programs but I always burn out. Without a teacher or mentor, one is often apt to stray from the course or just abandon it entirely.

    You might miss some things here and there, and you may have to backtrack occasionally, but you'll keep working at it instead of quitting from boredom or frustration.

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