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12:47 AM, Monday March 13th 2023
10:18 AM, Tuesday March 14th 2023
edited at 10:23 AM, Mar 14th 2023

Good job on completing the revision!

The construction looks much better and I can see that you patiently built it up which is exactly what I was looking for. Just a minor point about the subdivisions, If you subdivide one side of the object you generally don't need to subdivide the other side as we won't see it anyway + the lines could end up confusing you. Also I circled some parts in red where the construction is vague. You always want to make sure that you draw curves as straight lines as those are precise and give the construction more solidity. Even if the object ends up looking boxy it's still fine as these are just exercises and aren't meant to look good anyway.

Also if you missed it uncomfortable updated the lesson 6 page with new orthographic information. Having another perspective on orthographic plans could help your understanding of them so make sure you give it a read.

Anyway, I'll mark this lesson as complete, so good luck with the wheel challenge!

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25 Wheel challenge.

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edited at 10:23 AM, Mar 14th 2023
11:02 PM, Wednesday March 15th 2023

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