I will jump on the bandwagon a little bit, too. James Cunningham has very good points. If your arrows are going to the same place off the same point of aim, there is probably nothing too badly wrong with the consistency of your form and release.
Something I would suggest you try, actually two things. First, make a triangle shape with your thumbs and forefingers (tips of the fingers together, tips of the thumbs at the base of the opposite thumb) and look at something far away through the triangle. Now, slowly, without loosing site of your object, pull your hands back to your face. You will probably put the "hole" over one eye or the other. Do this about 3 times, to assure that the result is consistent. This tells which is your "dominant" or "master" eye. It is not uncommon for someone to be right handed and left eye dominant. There are at least two members of the Greenwood Company in the Middle Kingdom wired that way. (I'm one of them)
The second thing is to take awat the big round target on the face. Put up a 3x5 index card of a color that contrasts with your background. Aim as you normally do, siting on the card. all we are concerned with is getting the arrows to the same place each time and using proper, consistent form to do that. Once you have got a good pattern of arrows in place, then you can add a target of circles or whatever back in. Keep your 3x5 card in place and put the target where the arrows are going. Over time, you quit putting up the card. this way, you learn gradually to spot where you need to aim to put your arrows on the target.
This is all probably about as clear as mud, but we're all trying to help. Hopefully some of the responses make sense to you.
Forester Padraig MacRaighne
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