Lesson 4: Applying Construction to Insects and Arachnids

6:57 PM, Monday August 31st 2020

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Hello Critiquer,

On all of my insect/arachnid pages, I drew the leg holes even though some of the legs were never drawn due to the perspective. Also, I am not sure if my drawn maggot should count. The purpose was to practice organic sausages and circles on an insect (larva). Lastly, I noticed during the submission, crustacean was mentioned. I did not see this anywhere in the lesson 4 material. Does this break the rules?

Thank you Critiquer and your advice would be appreciated,


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