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3:43 AM, Saturday June 19th 2021


I'll definitely do that, considering my goals at the beginning of the lesson were very shallow honestly. The goal was just to finish the lesson... Sure overtime that changed but now that you mentioned it I think I want to push the idea of setting goals even further. Warm-ups is basically in my DNA now haha. Details and shadows I'm working on it, been rereading a lot of lesson 2 to do my best on the 25 texture challenge. Thank you so much for critique, have a nice day!

7:26 AM, Saturday June 19th 2021

Heck yeah! You're welcome!

If you have time and want, it'd be super great if you could critique my homework for lesson 2 or 3. If not that's totally fine, I won't mind.

Good luck with your future goals. Have a great day as well! :D

2:38 PM, Monday June 21st 2021

Sure dude, I'll try to find some time.

Thanks for the good luck!

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