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# fluxxxxx

## fluxxxxx's Sketchbook

##### 1:06 AM, Wednesday January 10th 2024

Ok, this makes sense. Thanks again!

##### 10:36 AM, Tuesday January 9th 2024

Hi, thank you for the critique and getting back to my question.

Here are the examples that you've asked for.

The heart on the bucket (5b) I drew by connecting individual dots. It was easy to understand how to build the dots: you drew a heart on the front plane, and then projected it on the surface of the bucket (on the concentric circles). I could not possibly imagine all the curves in three dimension enveloping the heart on this curved surface. I feel like there would be too many of them and they would be a bit too complex to construct.

For the next object (6b, carabiner) I used enveloping lines to approximate the curves. The curves were in a single plane and it was relatively straight forward how to do it. I would not have brainpower to build individual dots to follow the curves, as there would have been just too many of them.

So I was wondering is it ok to use these methods interchangeably, depending on the situation, or is there a preferred method for this lesson and lesson 7?

##### 4:04 PM, Wednesday July 12th 2023

Thank you very much for your feedback! It was very excited to read it! I do agree with everything that you said but for one thing. I swear I drew the bread shadows cast to the left. They are the same as in the analysis box. The bubble swirl, however, goes the opposite direction from the swirl in the gradient. It is not a big deal, just though it was amusing because I think I've created some kind of optical illusion.

##### 5:37 PM, Sunday June 25th 2023

Thank you again!

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##### 1:29 PM, Saturday June 24th 2023

Beautiful!

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##### 12:50 PM, Saturday June 24th 2023

Man, this is pretty good ^--^ !

##### 12:47 PM, Saturday June 24th 2023

Omg thank you so much! Really appreciate it! I like your idea too :D I could only think about "Let me do it for you, Kermi", but that doesn't fit very well.

We can turn this into a prompt inside a prompt and ask what is she saying?

##### 11:43 AM, Friday June 16th 2023

Thank you for the feedback!

I didn't expect to be called out for grinding, but I think you have a point :)

I will try to address the issues in the following lessons.

##### 10:03 PM, Friday April 28th 2023

Thank you!

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