Lesson 3: Applying Construction to Plants

7:56 PM, Monday September 11th 2023

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I had a lot of fun with that lesson, even though it took me a lot of time, but that was due to some external factors.

Thanks in advance for any feedback

I would say one of my main weakness are still the "branches" especially small ones, I draw wobbly/shaky lines... I plan to focus a bit more on "drawing with the shoulder"

Regarding leaves -> I sometimes have the problem to draw them from different perspectives... but I think thats something I just have to learn by drawing more.

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