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8:44 PM, Tuesday January 24th 2023

First off Nice work!

I'm only far enough into the lesson to crique your homework up until your textures.

I think you did a nice job capturing the shadows but some of the lines are pretty scratchy which draws the viewer out of the illusion a bit.

Looking at your textures I can see in some examples like the leaf and wood that the texture doesn't curve around the form quite yet, while some textures like the carpet and rope you did manage to have it wrap around the sasuage form.

9:35 PM, Tuesday January 24th 2023

Thanks man I appreciate it. yeah the texture sausages were pretty difficult for me, but i think it's already begun to help me. Thanks for taking the time to look at work!

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