Lesson 1: Lines, Ellipses and Boxes

5:55 PM, Tuesday July 21st 2020

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Hi there :)

I hope i've posted the links to my work correctly?

Thank you for your time!


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2:53 PM, Saturday August 1st 2020


You did not post your work correctly.

10:29 PM, Saturday August 1st 2020

Hi, thanks for letting me know :)


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