11:33 AM, Wednesday September 23rd 2020
I apologize for the long wait. I've just been a bit busy with a few things lately. Hope you don't mind.
For the arrows, there's noticeable difference in the foreshortening of the width: as the arrows are coming towards you, the widths increase, and vice versa. Try to include foreshortening in the gaps between them two. Sometimes I notice that the gaps between the arrows closer to the viewer are two narrow relative to further away, whereas it should be the other way round.
For the contour ellipses, it's a bit better. Maybe push it a bit more though if you can.
Lastly, the Organic Intersections this time seem better than in the previous one. The forms wrap around each other more. Though, I recommend practicing this more often. You should get to the point where you look at it and doesn't feel as if it's frozen in time, if that makes sense.
Good job. Move on to lesson 3.