1:57 AM, Tuesday November 23rd 2021
Hi Likela! I'm Eagle, and I'll be handling the feedback for your Lesson 1 today (hope you're still around to see it haha).
Good. For the most part, your lines are confident and smooth, showing that you're using the ghosting method well. Some lines in ghosted planes begin to wobble a bit in an attempt to hit that plotted point - make sure to prioritise the smoothness of your lines over accuracy!
Well done. Most of your ellipses are nice and smooth, and are already fairly accurate which is great. Note that a lot of these exercises are very handy as warm-up exercises going into the future - for example, in the funnels exercise, you could try varying the sizes a bit more now that your minor axis alignment is quite good. Keep up the good work.
Nice and neat in the plotted perspective exercise which is good to see. In rough perspective, a lot of students' lines start becoming a bit wobbly, probably because perspective is a tough concept to handle, and this is the case for you. Remember to maintain that consistent ghosting motion even when drawing freehand boxes. Valiant attempt at rotated boxes; if you ever come back to attempt it again later, try starting off with a much larger centre box - hopefully that will make things more manageable. On a similar note, in organic perspective, starting off with a much larger box would've given you a lot more room to convey the fact that the boxes shrink in size as they move away from you - don't be afraid for the boxes to overlap! However in terms of rotation, this exercise was done well.
Overall, you're definitely ready to move onto the 250 boxes challenge (if you haven't done so already). Hope that helped, and good luck!
Next step: 250 Boxes Challenge