Lesson 3: Applying Construction to Plants

1:32 PM, Saturday February 3rd 2024

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Hi! I've just completed lesson 3 and I would love to hear some feedback.

Thanks in advance :)

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5:21 AM, Friday February 16th 2024

Hello there I call myself Quat and I am going to review your lesson 3 today. I have to point out that all of your plants are textured Even though it is specified that half should be just confirming as stated Here. Not worth redoing any plants though I am merely pointing it out as it's something common across the next lessons .

There is nothing else to point out, you did an excellent job with the exercises that you did and I can't see any mistakes with your submission.

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Your next step is going to be Lesson 4 But don't forget to take your time and do the 50:50 rule

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11:40 PM, Friday February 16th 2024

Hi Quat!! Thanks for the feedback. I really appreciate it.

Yeah, I notice my mistake with the details the moment I uploaded the homework. I'm definitely writing my self a reminder of this for the next lesson.

Thanks again :)

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