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11:43 AM, Friday June 18th 2021

Thank you for your time and critique. It is full of helpful advice. I have a hard time understanding the line weight and the visual hierarchy. I find it really hard to understand the concepts so, I struggled a lot. Also, my line confidence got worse as I keep studying for some reason. That's why I was honestly surprised to get positive feedback on some of my plants. Thank you. At some point towards the middle of Lesson 3, I felt like I wasn't doing as instructed in the lesson materials, so I decided to start from lesson 1 and get an official critique. I hope I will figure out what and why I am doing wrong.

12:01 PM, Friday June 18th 2021

But that's great that you're aware of your weaknesses and use that to try and fight them.

:D

If you have time and are willing I'd be super happy if you'd be willing to critique my second or third lesson homework. If not that's totally fine.

Have a good one and good luck on your future assignments! :)

12:38 PM, Friday June 18th 2021

I will look at them as soon as possible. :)

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