ses10

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    12:32 AM, Thursday July 2nd 2020

    Thanks for the critique!

    I was struggling quite a bit with the texture analyses. a lot of the shadow shapes in the reference tended to be quite similar, like a pattern almost. Thinking about it now, instead of hatching I guess I could have varied how close the shadow shapes are to each other and their sizes. This way i dont have to rely on hatching to get that light to dark transition.

    8:35 PM, Saturday June 27th 2020

    Ah no wonder XD. First time submitting homework via this site. Thanks!

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