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12:56 PM, Saturday March 18th 2023


Nice work :)

This is much better and you have shown construction steps I wanted to see.

Now it's a matter of observing your reference and working on detail, for example, adding these edges and whatever else you see fit to imitate your reference.

I would personally approach the umbrella plant similarly how you approached the oak (bunching "component" leaves), but this works too.

Good job and I wish you luck in the later lessons!

3:17 PM, Saturday March 18th 2023

Thanks !!

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