Lesson 3: Applying Construction to Plants

8:07 AM, Friday July 23rd 2021

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I included the reference pictures that I used for my plant drawings.

I feel the main difficulties I ran into were the proportions and positioning of certain plant parts. The error from eyeballing them really compounds and the drawing ends up looking very different from the picture.

I also find it rather hard to connect the edges of my leaves together cleanly as I usually miss by a bit, but I feel that is something that will improve over time.

Anyways, thanks for checking my work.

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