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    4:13 PM, Thursday August 4th 2022

    Thank you, you're right about that!

    10:39 AM, Thursday August 4th 2022

    Oh shoot, I forgot to upload the texture analysis! I did it before the dissections. Thank you for pointing it out! Here it is:

    And thank you for the critique, I'm going to work on my weaknesses.

    Thank you!!

    1:14 PM, Monday May 23rd 2022

    Thank you!!

    7:19 PM, Friday May 20th 2022


    Thank you for your critique!

    Here is the homework, the plus 15 boxes with shallow foreshortening and hopefully better convergence.

    I have to say, shallow foreshortening is hard. :) Nevertheless, I tried my best, even in box 11, where I got confused with all the things I wanted to correct.

    Thank you again, hope I can step forward in the lessons. :)

    1:57 PM, Wednesday December 29th 2021

    Yes, thank you very much for critique!!

    With the rotated boxes challenge I felt that I'm not rotating enough, my brain was confused with all the lines :) Thanks for confirming my feelings.

    With the plotted perspective exercise you're absolutely right, I messed up there.

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