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9:29 AM, Sunday February 12th 2023

no worries I'm like you in that regard as well.

for starters your organic forms are too complex make sure your being confident with you lines

Next Steps:

1 more page of contour curves please check the lesson page as well as the video

When finished, reply to this critique with your revisions.
8:47 PM, Wednesday July 26th 2023

Hello there, sorry for the late reply, (well and the poorly done revision), here is another revision

Thank you again for the critique

2:32 PM, Friday February 9th 2024

i am so sorry for the abysmally late reply please feel free to hate me. your countour curves have improved quite a lot honestly. but please sure not to fuss over the lines and to properly try to convey the form of the sausages form description over wobbly lines

2:32 PM, Friday February 9th 2024

again sorry for replying after 8 months

2:03 PM, Saturday February 10th 2024

No need to be sorry, I actually completely forgot about this submission and I redid lesson 4 in October of last year, I can't really tell if you want a revision or if you forgot to mark my submission as complete, I had put the link to the redone submission in the case of the former

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