VincentDuncombe

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    5:47 PM, Thursday November 11th 2021

    Great work!! I love the progress that I see from beginning to the end! Really loving the work you put in here! You will want to consider getting the felt pens for future lessons (it looked like ball point ben). But overall great work and progress. Congrats on making it through :).

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    5:43 PM, Thursday November 11th 2021

    Hello,

    Great work! There is some good progress here. Would have liked a bit more focus to reduce the fraying on the end of the line work. But overall I think you are good to move on to the next section. Enjoy!!

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    12:59 AM, Wednesday September 8th 2021

    https://imgur.com/a/GOI5WSS

    So sorry!! Looks like the other images/assignment sheets didn't upload eventhough I had them in the same folder. I'm re-uploading those two exercises. Hopefully this works and it shows the 2 and 4 pages. Thanks for the review!!

    9:20 PM, Monday July 12th 2021

    https://imgur.com/a/K013Sk0

    Re did the Ellipses in Planes. ... The issue with the funnels is that the center lines I drew were not in the center of the funnel. But yes I understand the concept. Thanks

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