Partial Lesson 1 Submission (3 / 10 exercises)

10:25 AM, Saturday January 30th 2021

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I appreciate every feedback I can get to improve myself. For this exercise, it wasnt easy for me and im not happy with the result :

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12:00 PM, Saturday January 30th 2021


In the table of ellipses exercise I can see that majority of ellipses are not touching the walls of the cells, which is pretty important as described here. Don't forget to use ghosting technique, this will help you to map where an ellipse has to touch the borders.

The following two exercises were done reasonably well.

12:02 PM, Saturday January 30th 2021

Thank you

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