The questions that I answered for myself through my creative adaption were how hard it was for me to draw the characters. I would draw Cassio and Montano the same way, and I kept struggling with it, but I ended up getting it at the end.

Drawing the characters with how their face expressions would look like was also something hard for me.

What I learned is that I can do anything if I put my mind to it, and I’ve begun to learn a lot about Shakespeare through the process.

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