HeyItsAMarioParty

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    5:46 PM, Sunday June 9th 2024

    Great, thank you so much for your feedback!

    Take care,

    HeyIt'sAMarioParty

    8:49 PM, Friday June 7th 2024

    Hello ThatOneMushroomGuy!

    Here's my revision: https://postimg.cc/gallery/WZ5G0zw/7c26162f

    The two plants I constructed were Hydnora Africana and Darlingtonia Californica.

    Take care,

    HeyIt'sAMarioParty

    12:48 AM, Thursday June 6th 2024

    Ok, great! Thank you so much!

    7:54 PM, Wednesday June 5th 2024

    Hi, thank you so much for the detailed response!

    The info and diagrams for the texture analysis are super helpful!

    As for the response for my first question, I just wanted to say that I think there's been a bit of a misunderstanding. You see, I understood the part about following along with the demos, and that is in fact what I did. However, for the homework that is required to be submitted for lesson 3, I understand that most of the submissions should NOT be from the drawings I did while following along with the demos. That begs the question though, what is the rest of the homework supposed to consist of? I interpreted it as meaning that the homework should consist of "drawings of all the plants from the demos, using your own reference photos (from the internet, for example) of those plants, for the most part", which is what I submitted. My question was whether that interpretation was correct, or if I was supposed to find reference photos of completely different plants that were NOT featured in the demos. For example, one of the plants in the demos is a king's oyster mushroom. For my homework submission, I drew a king's oyster mushroom using a reference photo from the internet. Was I supposed to do this, or was I supposed to draw any other plant than a king's oyster mushroom, since it was featured in the demos?

    Sorry if that was long winded but hopefully I got my point across anyways :)

    Thanks and take care,

    Noah

    11:25 PM, Thursday May 30th 2024

    Hi! Thank you so much for your feedback!

    I'll work on improving the areas you mentioned and submit my revisions soon.

    If it's alright, I had a few questions I wanted to run by you before I submit my revisions.

    1. In terms of the plant construction, I did not use the images from the demos for the majority of the drawings I submitted (I'll still do the plant construction revisions, I just wanted to ensure that was clear). I'll attach the reference images I used here: https://postimg.cc/gallery/GLH8nrp/47f4ee38. However, if the goal was to draw plants *other*  than those in the demos, rather than use different images of the same plants, then I completely misunderstood that aspect.
    
    2. I'm having some issues understanding the ''fun with textures'' section, specifically the shadow shapes in step 3 and what those are supposed to be corresponding to the leaf image given. I understand the ''circles'' are the gaps between the veins, but I can't figure out why shading is being done in the specific areas outlined by the shapes in step 3: https://drawabox.com/lesson/3/8/texture

    Thanks again and take care!

    1:19 AM, Thursday October 12th 2023

    Awesome, thank you so much for the feedback! :)

    5:05 PM, Wednesday September 20th 2023

    Great! Your feedback was very helpful and much appreciated, thank you so much! :)

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