Partial Lesson 1 Submission (9 / 10 exercises)

12:12 AM, Thursday September 16th 2021

Drawabox lesson 1 - Album on Imgur

Imgur: https://imgur.com/gallery/dsdxYmE

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Could only find one of my tables of ellipses, and do not have the time to do another set. Will leave my earliest attempt on there. Also the imgur album is out of order, cause idk how the website works. I worked for 2 weeks on all of the lessons, and finally finished the last one today! I hope to hear a lot of constructive criticism, and how to improve. I am struggling the most on elipsies/circles. Thank you for your time.

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