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8:30 PM, Monday March 6th 2023

I thought it was quite lovely to see your balance of negative + positive space, especially in the drawing of the corpse flower. It seems you clearly were understanding that there could be some improvements in the drawing of the Aloe Vera, denoted by the "yikes" next to the pot. While the pot could be a bit closer to the reference (it looks a bit skewed to the right, with the pot being an uneven thickness), These drawings are all incredible indicators of large amounts of skill that you are accruing. Good work!

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keep on drawing! Compared to your work for lesson 1, you have clearly made lightyears of progress.

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8:54 PM, Monday March 6th 2023

Aww well, thanks for the compliment!

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