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cryp1x's Sketchbook

    2:06 PM, Sunday May 8th 2022

    Thanks for taking your time to critique!

    3:07 PM, Monday May 2nd 2022

    Hi Elodin! It has been more than a year since you posted this comment but I also want my homework 1 to be reviewed so I can continue my learning. Are you still doing homework 1 reviews for people who have been waiting for more than a week? If so, do you mind if you could please review my homework 1? I would really appreciate it. I would also like to apologize in advance though, my homework is done in a light grey grid lined book. I don't have access to blank A4 paper needed so I used the book as the ink would at least be distinguishable from the lines. Thanks in advance

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The Art of Blizzard Entertainment

The Art of Blizzard Entertainment

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