Lesson 3: Applying Construction to Plants

6:37 PM, Sunday August 15th 2021

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Hello people! everything sucks, but that is okay! we got this! i got this! breath in, breath out! would really appreciate your critique on my dear opus! really.

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4:21 AM, Wednesday August 18th 2021

hey just wanted to say your shapes look really rhythmic, awesome job.

10:13 PM, Thursday August 19th 2021

thank you so much!

10:15 PM, Thursday August 19th 2021

oh my god! i didn't notice that!

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2:28 AM, Thursday August 19th 2021

Hello Galinap,

Unfortunately it seems your link only leads to a single page of organic arrows, as you might know the required homework for this lesson is 1 page of organic arrows, 1 page of leaves, 1 page of branches and 8 plant constructions. Due to this, it's not possible for me to review your work.

Please reply with a link to your full homework or create another submission.

10:19 PM, Thursday August 19th 2021


hi! this is the link. thank you for telling me about this, i didn't notice that there was only one picture

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