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11:46 AM, Thursday January 11th 2024
edited at 11:05 PM, Jan 23rd 2024

Hello azureblades! Here's the critique Like I said on it I want you to do one more page of an insect in a 3/4 view, if you have any doubts please ask and I'll do my best to answer.

Great job so far and good luck!

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1 more page of an insect in a 3/4 view

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edited at 11:05 PM, Jan 23rd 2024
11:12 PM, Wednesday January 17th 2024

Hello Elodin, thank you for putting the time to review my submission! I've tried putting in your advice to work, particularly the one about intersections and my sausage forms.

https://imgur.com/a/JNqfFM0

9:36 PM, Saturday January 27th 2024

Hello! You did a better job now, the organic forms are looking better and you're drawing intersections, the main only things left is that

-you drew the contour lines not following the perspective of the bug (you did the opposite perspective basically

-and you didn't draw some adittional forms, you only drew the basic forms.

Here's a drawover

I'll mark this as complete and good luck with lesson 5!

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Lesson 5

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