No. 199. Dummy Crit.
He was tired. He needed a vacation. The realization came to him quite forcefully when, in the course of a moment's contemplation of the calligraphic painting he was working on, he heard a voice over his shoulder suggesting some minor but important changes in the work's composition and even some ideas about improving the dynamics of his drawing. These unsolicited hints, it turned out, were emanating from his wooden anatomical mannequin. The upsetting thing was that for a mannequin, its suggestions were actually quite helpful.

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