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5:38 AM, Thursday March 12th 2020
edited at 5:02 PM, Mar 13th 2020

You didn’t need to fill all 3, haha. These look really good, by the way. Be careful not to go around your ellipses more than 3 times, though. If you can, if aim for 2. Also, in the funnels exercise, I’d spend a little more time constructing the funnel. If the minor axis isn’t properly centered, the funnel is incorrect by default. This is also the case if your ellipses are tilted. The minor axis needs to cut them into 2 equal, symmetrical halves, and it can’t do that if they’re like that. Just to be safe, I’d like to see one more attempt at the funnels exercise.

edited at 5:02 PM, Mar 13th 2020
4:18 PM, Friday March 13th 2020

i hope they are okay like that. I can't really get a round object for the arcs where I am.

https://i.imgur.com/kPsiEVl.jpg

5:02 PM, Friday March 13th 2020

Looks good~

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