Lesson 4: Applying Construction to Insects and Arachnids

1:39 AM, Wednesday July 28th 2021

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Hi,

I've gotten past lesson 4! It was actually quite tough but i felt a little more confident with forms, sometimes i felt like my forms fell a little flat here and there, especially with smaller forms however i felt like i took something from this. I also realized that i didn't quite follow instructions since i did only 2 pages of no texture or detail which is my bad, if there is a same requirement for the next lesson i will follow instructions for next time! i do still feel like i might have missed a few things so if anyone has any critiques, please go ahead if you have any time to spare. I would much appreciate it!

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