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11:22 AM, Saturday April 9th 2022

Also, another thing I would like to add is that I purposefully advised ONE page of revision instead of two. Firstly it's to avoid grinding of course, but another reason is because I really want you to focus on executing each line well. Looking forward to reviewing your work!

12:34 PM, Sunday April 10th 2022

Here is the link to the revised Rough Perspective page:

11:16 AM, Tuesday April 12th 2022

Well done! I will now mark this lesson complete but watch out that width lines should be parallel to horizon and weight lines perpendicular to horizon.

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8:07 PM, Tuesday April 12th 2022

Thanks!! I'll keep that in mind.

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