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  • The Indomitable (Summer 2022)
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  • Basics Brawler
    3:12 PM, Sunday July 17th 2022

    Hi Uncomfortable!

    Taking this opportunity, firstly, I'd like to say thank you for your work, this site and the materials on it have become the answer to so many questions I had.

    Secondly, I want to ask a question, if I may. I wondered why the lessons are arranged in this certain order? I have some assumptions: the objects that we draw in the lessons become more solid and / or massive each time. Plants, insects, animals, transport. Perhaps this order allows students to comprehend the space in stages. I'm just curious )

    Page of leaves: https://photos.app.goo.gl/sbAXyWQ3maY39KnX6

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    12:38 PM, Tuesday June 28th 2022

    Looks very neat and stylish! I love it

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    12:46 PM, Monday June 27th 2022


    Making smoothies with this blender should take a lot of time and effort. However, life without buttons would not be easy.

    7:46 AM, Monday June 27th 2022

    Thank you so much! ^^

    5:53 AM, Friday May 6th 2022

    Hey! Thank you for such an informative and thorough feedback, it is very helpful.

    Yes, while I was drawing boxes, I had the feeling that my boxes were monotonous, but it was not clear to me how to fix it.

    I tried to draw 15 boxes, taking into account your comments, although sometimes my lines still converge in pairs.

    Revision here

    6:32 AM, Wednesday April 20th 2022

    Rob, hi! Thank you so much for such a detailed and thorough review, it is both very helpful and inspiring! Seeing recognition of my growth is very important and gives me the strength to move forward. It's hard for me to see improvements in my lines without looking at my work from the outside.

    I will definitely take into account your comments and will keep in mind the priority of confidence over accuracy. I would like to work on the ellipse problems, can I send the redone work here or along with the next task - the 250 box challenge?

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