How should I structure the ribs of this plant?

7:32 PM, Thursday May 19th 2022

I've been trying to get the construction right for plants. There are some structures I have no idea how to tackle.

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7:23 AM, Friday May 20th 2022

I know it may be kind of frustrating, but to be completely honest, it's worth more for you if you give it a shot based on what you know (even if your approach ends up being entirely wrong), and ask for confirmation when submitting for your actual critique. After all, our concern with the homework is less about you doing things correctly, and more about you demonstrating your understanding (or misunderstanding) of the material.

Remember that there is no harm in doing something incorrectly - but it is important to, even when uncertain of how to proceed, pick a course of action regardless and see it through.

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6:01 PM, Saturday May 21st 2022

Simplify! You don't need to draw every single little detail. First simplify as much you can and then put only the necessary details.

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