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9:45 PM, Saturday January 27th 2024

Hello tygerson! These are looking pretty good, Only thing I can see is that on wheels such as 24 or 25 you are doing the texture of the wheel outlining forms, whenever drawing texture on drawabox we want to only draw cast shadows, so keep that in mind whenever you try drawing texture again on these exercises. Example here

Other than that you're understanding well how to use the degrees (Even if you cant vary them much because of the ellipse degree restrictions) and the forms are looking pretty solid. So I think you're ready for lesson 7! Good luck!

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12:42 AM, Sunday January 28th 2024

Thanks so much! Yes, I agree that my texture/cast shadow thing needs work!

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