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First picture looks like you may have laid the blade too flat and left mud. Second one looks like there was not enough mud to carry the blade across the surface, and hollows were left behind.
Is you're skim blade a rigid, steel blade? Other than that, stuff happens and you overlooked it until it dried. You'll develop an eye for defect in your work the more you skim, and you'll know to add a bit of mud and wipe it again. It'll never be perfect tho, no matter how good you get. Ode to the touch up gods
 
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