Lesson 3: Applying Construction to Plants

7:59 PM, Wednesday October 13th 2021

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Hello there! This was definitely a struggle. A couple of things that I learned throughout this lesson was getting more comfortable allowing crossover for leaves and petals and avoiding overuse of ellipses in branches. I still have more work to do to get better at conveying 3D space, I believe. I hope my work is to your liking. Thanks in advance.

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