Davart

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    3:45 PM, Monday May 25th 2020

    Thank you for your comment.

    I'm agree with the three remarks, and will try your method for the inner corner.

    Sometimes i'm feeling what the cube should looks like, the best ones, other times, most of time, I have to think about angles, lines. I hope to find the feeling. Maybe after 250 boxes more...

    Now next step : Lesson 2 !

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    11:10 AM, Sunday May 3rd 2020

    Hi,

    I looked at your homework, I think the quality of your lines is very good. And you seem comfortable with straight lines, missing the end point doesn't matter.

    Your were really successful with the rotated boxes. Maybe a little rush in the organic boxes.

    The ellipses are really fine too, maybe, as I do, more difficulties with little ones, the tracing with shoulder for little forms appears not convenient for me. And maybe you could varied a little more the ellipse degree, but it is very good and regular.

    All the best

    Next Steps:

    The 250 boxes challenge is a good way to improve the boxes drawing.

    I currently try it, with the objectif to have a really envision of the boxe before drawing any line.

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    10:58 AM, Sunday May 3rd 2020

    Thanks for the comment

    You are right, I may have rushed the organic perspective a bit. But it's hard for me to really see cubes in my imagination.

    I can see the faces and edges in front of me, but not the edges and the distant faces, I have to test them on paper to find roughly the right line and angle. I am not able of envision with cubes, more with spheres, I hope it will come with practice, I am currently about 100 cubes of the 250 challenge, I have not yet the feeling I would like.

    It is the same for you ?

    I looked at your homework, I think the quality of your lines is very good too.

    Your were really successful with the rotated boxes. And yes maybe a little rush in the organic boxes. The ellipses are fine too, maybe, as I do, more difficulties with little ones, the tracing with shoulder for little forms appears not convenient for me.

    And finally, about your challenge, maybe an advice, you have the Y with angles over 90°, but the opposite angle the nearest from the observer, I think have to be over 90° too.

    Bye

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