Lesson 1: Lines, Ellipses and Boxes

12:24 PM, Friday May 22nd 2020

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Hi Guys, I'm so exceited I just finished lesson 1. :D

Could you please provide some feedback on what I did well and what I can improve?


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1:25 AM, Saturday May 23rd 2020

Did you want to submit for official critique? If that's the case, resubmit, you've missed to check the official critique button

1:22 PM, Saturday May 23rd 2020
edited at 1:31 PM, May 23rd 2020

Thanks Elodin. I wanted to test the waters first and check if I got any review. But I will submit for the official critique now.


PS: There's a small difference between this one and the one that I submited for the official critique

edited at 1:31 PM, May 23rd 2020
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12:33 AM, Monday June 8th 2020

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