Fettuccine_federation

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    2:03 AM, Monday March 21st 2022

    on your branches, the lines that form the cylinder should be drawn not form ellipse to ellipse but, from ellipse pass the second ellipse half to the 3rd ellipse,https://d15v304a6xpq4b.cloudfront.net/lesson_images/18463269.png

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    1:25 AM, Monday March 21st 2022

    Your vanishing points are to close there supposed to be off the page. make sure there far away.

    Your lines are good!

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    12:50 AM, Monday March 21st 2022

    You did good enough. I would like point out that your lines are frayed at the beginning which means your starting point is wrong. You should strive for lines that layer on top of one another. Remember that it is ok to go slow and to ghost your lines.

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    2:11 AM, Saturday November 6th 2021

    your contour curves are not curving around the form. remember you can hook them around for better results. also, your sausage forms are to rounded.

    i cant understand your organic intersections. use line weight to reinforce which forms are on top of each other,

    i cant understand your intersection. use line weight to help clarify your intersections.

    your arrows look ok, i would add shading like you in the videos and try to add foreshortening.

    Next Steps:

    repeat both intersections and contour curves.

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    1:52 AM, Saturday November 6th 2021

    LINES

    there is a lot of fraying on the superimposed lines try to keep the lines following the path.

    your ghosted lines were confidant, smooth and, ended point to point for the most part. this is what we want.

    ellipses

    for your table of ellipses try to stay inside of the box and trace your ellipses 2x.

    ghosted planes - make sure your center lines all converge on a single point.

    everything else look good!

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