Lesson 3: Applying Construction to Plants

2:06 AM, Wednesday June 8th 2022

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My submission for lesson 3. Thank you for taking the time to look at my work.

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1:39 PM, Saturday July 2nd 2022

Hi, this is mina today I will be the one to Critique your work

Before starting I would like to congratulate you on finishing the plants part


For the organic arrows, I have nothing to say other than that you did a great job

for the Leaves exercise, everything was just great the flow was perfect but I think if you add texture to just practise it would've been better and I can see that the last leave is a little bit off but thank you for trying

The Branches exercise is good but I can see some scribbles that I believe you should've avoided as mentioned in the video.

plant drawings you made 7 and the exercise said 8 so can you add the last page if you forget to do so or draw it if you didn't

thanks for your hard work wish you all the best for the next lesson

Next Steps:

The last page of the plant drawings exercise

When finished, reply to this critique with your revisions.
1:00 AM, Thursday July 14th 2022

Hello Mina! Thank you for taking the time to critique my lesson 4 and for the feedback provided.

Apologies for missing a page of plants, I made a mistake when uploading them to reddit and have posted the last page (#4: Maple Tree Branch) here: https://www.reddit.com/user/BowtieBuck/comments/vyizfp/missing_plant_lesson_4_drawabox/

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