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12:45 PM, Tuesday June 20th 2023

Hi Knight!

I noticed now that I expressed myself a bit unclear. Your texture analysis was good in the third column; what I meant is that the cast shadow effect could have been applied more strongly in the Dissections. I should have chosen the Dissections option in the Next Steps rather than the confusing Texture Analysis.

I will mark this lesson as complete since somehow, you deduced what I wanted to see and made it! Your complementary sausage is well done, showing the difference in cast shadows as the form turns. Have a great day!

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8:34 PM, Tuesday June 20th 2023

Thank you very much :D

But it was fine to make the texture analysis also again, It was a quick task and still helpfull.

The form intersections on the other side, just grilled my brain again xD

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