Farhanthenerd

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    7:58 AM, Saturday November 26th 2022

    thank you so much for your feedback.

    and for the creature on page 1 please look at my 6th referance image from the bottom in my submission

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    3:07 PM, Wednesday November 23rd 2022

    sorry didn't click the' mark as complete' button and clicked on 'submit critique'

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    sorry didn't click the' mark as complete' button and clicked on 'submit critique'

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    3:06 PM, Wednesday November 23rd 2022

    your arrows are good.

    Leaves are nice and the branches are neat and tidy. Your contructions look solid and beleivable.

    Other than that nothing to say. But please upload you referance images as well they help with the criqing process. And keep doing the lesson 3 material as warmups other than that nothing more to say just well done on coming this far.

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    3:00 PM, Wednesday November 23rd 2022

    Not much too say here. Your contructions look good. Solid and 3d. leaves look good. your branches are also decent. And next time when you upload your homework please also upload the referances. Your arrows limp sometimes. and keep in mind that these are going and coming out of 3d sapce limping and pichcning and random inflations hurt the illusion of 3d space quite a bit.

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    1 page arrwos.

    1 page of branches

    please watch the videos and go through the reading material as well.

    When finished, reply to this critique with your revisions.
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    2:53 PM, Wednesday November 23rd 2022

    strarting of i think you should knoe that the demos aren't a part of your assingments. Rather they are aguide showing you how to apply contruction to plants. otherwise your contructions look solid. And good job on that.

    Make sure to do your warmups. Drawing plants ain't over just yet.

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    1 page of branches. Please review the video and intructions page as needed.

    When finished, reply to this critique with your revisions.
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    2:46 PM, Wednesday November 23rd 2022

    first you constructions look solid. but one thing to note is that you seem to scrible. A LOT. so please give ample time and ghost through every line you make. The preparation and thinking phase befoore committing lines is very important.

    And when drawing branches you overshoot while keeping the curvature of that branch in mind but you seem start you lines at the elipses and not overshooting and continuing from that line. Please watch the video on the branches and read the instructions page

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    1 page of branches

    When finished, reply to this critique with your revisions.
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    2:40 PM, Wednesday November 23rd 2022

    well don't have much to say really.

    All your constructions feel solid. and honestly you don't really need to worry about your textures because they look really well done. Especially yout mushrooms on page 9.

    But I'm not seeing your leaves assingments. And make sure you also upload your referance images also. they are a lot of help in giving critiques

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    1 page of leaves and 1 page of branches.

    When finished, reply to this critique with your revisions.
    12:05 PM, Sunday October 23rd 2022

    thank you. l'd like to ask something. I don't know if it's just me but when you are mindful of something it's really hard for me to keep it consistent. so, any tips on remembering certain principals when drawing??

    8:28 AM, Saturday October 22nd 2022
    11:28 AM, Saturday October 15th 2022

    idk why but my imgur isn't working so, please use my google drive

    https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1x1jtIsiA9lHZI-7Llj-xfQPqY07-w7xP?usp=sharing

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