Partial Lesson 2 Submission (1 / 7 exercises)

2:18 PM, Saturday October 8th 2022

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To be honest, I stopped for some time before that... Never thought it could catch me, but I was kinda afraid of that task and thus searched for excuses to not proceed. Especially the crumpled sheet was very hard (I marked the red area for me, since in the end I realized that this area should have been black and that above (since we should only paint the casted shadows and not the one on the surfaces))

All in all I liked the task, and this is something I will repeat also outside of the upcoming lessons, since in my opinion its a great way to focus on textures and understand them.

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