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7:11 PM, Tuesday June 22nd 2021

I'll make it clearer. Your cast shadows are very thin and timid!

Most submissions I've critiqued have cast shadows that nicely wrap around the organic form underneath but because your cast shadows are too thin, they end up making the surface they are sitting on very flat.

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The previous revision is still required, cast shadows are a very useful tool but if you apply them this way you will only end up damaging your

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7:58 AM, Wednesday June 23rd 2021

ah okay. This is not coming from a place of defensiveness. I'm not precious about these studies and I'm not trying to argue. I just want to have a good understanding of the feedback so I could better apply it in revisions. Because when I look at Uncomfortable's examples, his shadows are smaller than the ones I've done (with the exception of his cast shadow on the floor.)

Link to his example homework: https://d15v304a6xpq4b.cloudfront.net/lesson_images/07fd0fa0.jpg

8:33 PM, Wednesday June 23rd 2021

See how he pools together clusters of cast shadows? There are so many nuances you miss with your approach to the exercise!

As long as you are aware of them it's fine though, try to be mindful of them when you observe your references!

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Try to apply these concepts on your own

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11:05 AM, Thursday June 24th 2021

I think I understand now but I might still have a hard time applying it ( I guess you'll be the judge of that)

https://imgur.com/a/pcjY82V

The first one was suuuper exaggerated and I reeled it in a bit for the second one

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