Questions/Discussions

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  • Applying learned techniques to plants

    ConsciousLemon9

  • What exercises to do when warming up?

    fdottori

  • Confusion about lesson 2:Texture and detail topic

    simmh

  • this question is based on lesson 2 ( cast shading)

    cbgoger1234

  • Editing my posts

    blunder

  • Should we take our time when ghosting while not skipping beats?

    ConsciousLemon9

  • avatars

    wannabartist

  • Missing Human Figure Lessons

    unmerryweather

  • Need Help to Understand Form Intersections in Lesson 2

    shong

  • What exactly is meant by additive construction and why does cutting back make things look flat?

    ConsciousLemon9

  • Is drawing the straight lines required by some exercises on computer okay?

    Inkami

  • Incomplete or ambiguous critiques in lesson 1

    DougAkio

  • How big does our plant drawings have to be for Lesson 3?

    Ramelone

  • H2D with Lessons 6-7?

    Grain00

  • how to post?

    wannabartist

  • When do I move on to next lesson? (Lesson 1 to 2 to 3 ...etc)

    Str3tch

  • help correcting 250 cynlinder challenge

    riibot09

  • Ellipses' minor axis direction

    kazaksme

  • What other app can I use to turn in my homework? wondering recommendation

    beanbag22

  • Question about the cylinder challenge

    umbucaja

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