The Relentless

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    4:13 PM, Wednesday June 8th 2022

    Hi, Thankyou for the feedback and for moving me onto lesson two!

    3:02 PM, Wednesday May 18th 2022

    Thankyou for your response, that makes it nice and clear for me. Time to start branching out and not just drawing cube shaped things!

    8:53 AM, Thursday April 28th 2022

    Hi Rob,

    Thank you for such a detailed critique and constructive criticism that gives me some very actionable points going forward into the 250 box challenge. I'm excited to jump in!

    I've gone back and redone the excercise I did incorrectly and doing it properly makes the feedback from the extended lines much easier to understand.


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