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3:18 PM, Wednesday January 11th 2023

Yes, exactly! The basic principle is for you to develop your spatial reasoning, right? so it's not focusing exactly on the technicalities but on how you can start seeing and undertanding the objects in 3D so you can rotate, create, design your own. And this takes time and effort but does not take away the fun and thrill of developing your skills too. Best of luck with your studies and creations (^_^)

4:48 PM, Wednesday January 11th 2023

My greatest gratitude for you, if i have some other doubts , I would be glad to be seeing you there!!!

5:52 PM, Wednesday January 11th 2023

Sure! ;) I'll help you the best way I can haha

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