Huong

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    2:11 AM, Monday July 11th 2022

    Wow, I really appreciate it. Your feedback is really in-depth. I'll concentrate more on your notes.

    11:48 PM, Tuesday June 21st 2022

    Thanks for your comment.

    12:11 AM, Friday June 17th 2022

    Thank you for taking the time to comment on my work! It's really detailed. Everything you said is correct, and I'll work harder to enhance it. Thank you one more.

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    3:44 AM, Tuesday June 14th 2022

    Hello!

    Congratulations on getting through your first lesson!

    Critique:

    Lines: Your lines shouldn't wobble. You should always prioritize confidence over accuracy. More regularly practice the ghosting method till you're at ease with your shoulder. It's a little tough at first, but it'll come in handy in the subsequent sessions.

    Ellipses: Your ellipse does a nice job. More practice will help you improve your accuracy.

    Boxes: Rotated Boxes: It's quite good. I believe the bottom of the second box should be improved so that it returns to the corner.

    Next Steps:

    Now that you've completed the first stage, you may either continue practicing what I just mentioned or move on to the 250-box challenge. I'm confident you're prepared. Keep up the good work.

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    1 users agree
    3:26 AM, Tuesday June 14th 2022

    Hello!

    Congratulations on getting through your first lesson!

    Critique:

    Lines: Your lines shouldn't wobble. In Drawabox, you should always prioritize confidence over accuracy. More regularly practice the ghosting method till you're at ease with your shoulder. It's a little tough at first, but it'll come in handy in the subsequent sessions.

    Ellipses: The majority of your ellipses are smooth. However, the accuracy is not high; your ellipse needs to touch all four sides. With Funnels, the ellipse is quite aligned with the central minor axis line.

    Boxes: Remember that width lines should be parallel to the horizon and height lines should be perpendicular to the horizon in rough perspective.

    Rotated Boxes: The second box's top should be narrower than the corner's.

    Next Steps:

    Now that you've completed the first stage, you may either continue practicing what I just mentioned or move on to the 250-box challenge. I'm confident you're prepared. Keep up the good work.

    This community member feels the lesson should be marked as complete. In order for the student to receive their completion badge, this critique will need 2 agreements from other members of the community.
    2 users agree
    3:17 AM, Tuesday June 14th 2022

    Hello!

    Congratulations on getting through your first lesson!

    Critique:

    Lines: Your lines are quite smooth, but the accuracy is not high. You can improve by practicing more.

    Ellipses: The majority of your ellipses are smooth. Your ellipse needs to touch all four sides. With Funnels, the ellipse is quite aligned with the central minor axis line.

    Boxes: Remember that width lines should be parallel to the horizon and height lines should be perpendicular to the horizon in rough perspective.

    Rotated Boxes :the bottom of the box is not scaled correctly, and the boxes do not appear to have turned. (https://d15v304a6xpq4b.cloudfront.net/lesson_images/d73eea49.jpg)

    The rest of your work is quite good. I feel you are capable of doing even better.

    Next Steps:

    Now that you've completed the first stage, you may either continue practicing what I just mentioned or move on to the 250-box challenge. I'm confident you're prepared. Keep up the good work.

    This community member feels the lesson should be marked as complete, and 2 others agree. The student has earned their completion badge for this lesson and should feel confident in moving onto the next lesson.
    0 users agree
    2:55 AM, Tuesday June 14th 2022

    Hello!

    Congratulations on getting through your first lesson!

    Critique:

    Lines: Your lines are quite smooth, but the accuracy is not high. You can improve by practicing more.

    Rotated Boxes: the bottom of the box is not scaled correctly, and the boxes do not appear to have turned.

    The rest of your work is excellent. I feel you are capable of doing even better.

    Next Steps:

    Now that you've completed the first stage, you may either continue practicing what I just mentioned or move on to the 250-box challenge. I'm confident you're prepared. Keep up the good work.

    This community member feels the lesson should be marked as complete. In order for the student to receive their completion badge, this critique will need 2 agreements from other members of the community.
    0 users agree
    2:44 AM, Tuesday June 14th 2022

    Hello!

    Congratulations on getting through your first lesson!

    Critique:

    Lines: Your lines shouldn't wobble. In Drawabox, you should always prioritize confidence over accuracy. More regularly practice the ghosting method till you're at ease with your shoulder. It's a little tough at first, but it'll come in handy in the subsequent sessions.

    Ellipses: The majority of your ellipses are smooth. However, the accuracy is not high; your ellipse needs to touch all four sides. With Funnels, the ellipse is quite aligned with the central minor axis line.

    Boxes:

        Rough Perspective: You align fairly well, despite the shaky lines.
    
        Rotated Boxes: The box's bottom proportions on the left and right aren't ideal, but the top is fairly decent.
    
        Organic Perspective: They are pretty well done.

    Next Steps:

    Now that you've completed the first stage, you may either continue practicing what I just mentioned or move on to the 250-box challenge. I'm confident you're prepared. Keep up the good work.

    This community member feels the lesson should be marked as complete. In order for the student to receive their completion badge, this critique will need 2 agreements from other members of the community.
    0 users agree
    2:14 AM, Tuesday June 14th 2022

    Hang in there!

    Next Steps:

    Hello!

    Congratulations on getting through your first lesson!

    Critique:

    Lines: Your lines shouldn't wobble. In Drawabox, you should always prioritize confidence over accuracy. More regularly practice the ghosting method till you're at ease with your shoulder. It's a little tough at first, but it'll come in handy in the subsequent sessions.

    Ellipses: The majority of your ellipses are smooth. However, the accuracy is not high; your ellipse needs to touch all four sides. With Funnels, the ellipse is quite aligned with the central minor axis line.

    Boxes:

        Rough Perspective: You align fairly well, despite the shaky lines.
    
        Rotated Boxes: The box's bottom proportions on the left and right aren't ideal, but the top is fairly decent.
    
        Organic Perspective: They are pretty well done.

    Now that you've completed the first stage, you may either continue practicing what I just mentioned or move on to the 250-box challenge. I'm confident you're prepared. Keep up the good work.

    This community member feels the lesson should be marked as complete. In order for the student to receive their completion badge, this critique will need 2 agreements from other members of the community.
    1:25 AM, Monday June 6th 2022

    Thank you very much for your comments. I will try harder to improve myself.

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