Monthly Design Challenge June 2019

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Gerardo
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Re: Monthly Design Challenge June 2019

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First of all, thank you so much for the challenge victorien. It really moved me to create my model, which ended up being very cathartic for me :).

Thank you also Nepafarius for your comment. The fact that you understood my model made me really happy and I loved it being described as "poignant"! Nepafarius, would you please tell me what is on top of the desk? I just ask to make sure it is discernible.

Congratulations Sunburst for winning the challenge. A very original idea and an attractive model.

Congratulations Folderp for such a great result in this challenge. It is one of the best models I've seen you create. I think you've grown as a creator from when you started here on the forum ;).
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Gerardo wrote:Congratulations Folderp for such a great result in this challenge. It is one of the best models I've seen you create. I think you've grown as a creator from when you started here in the forum .
Without a doubt. In fact, the first model I ever designed was for the July design challenge last year, so I was only just starting. And I think I'm getting better. Somewhat. Thanks!

Congratulations Sunburst your model was terrific. It had all the right details. And Gerardo, your model, while abstact, was very effective (and those cuffs on the top of the desk - I presume that's what they are - were very nice).
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Folderp wrote:(...) And Gerardo, your model, while abstact, was very effective (and those cuffs on the top of the desk - I presume that's what they are - were very nice).
Thanks Folderp. Yeah, that was what I pretended them to depict :D.
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