12:20 PM, Tuesday March 10th 2020
Well done on completing the lesson.
Your lines start with a wobble but they get better as you go. Trust your ghosting and remember confidence over accuracy. You jave done a good job of keeping your fraying to one end of your lines.
Don't repeat lines. No matter how badly you think they went. Once a line is done leaveit and move on to the next.
Your ellipses are nicely packed. In the table and funnels sometimes the alignment drifts a little. There is also a little bit of stretching to hit the edges. I think you might need to spend more time on ghosting. They occasionally have a flick at the end. Try lifting your pen before you finish the motion to avoid this. For a beginner they are pretty good (ellipses are hard).
Your lines suffer a bit in you rough perspective. Thats really common as you are being asked to start constructing things with them and it can be overwhelming. Treat each line of your boxes with the same care as when you are doing them individually. Also try and use the whole page, don't scribble things out. Your convergences are all going in the right direction so good job.
Your lines in rotated boxes are looking a lot better. You may have over done the line weight. Use a single superimposed line. It only needs to be subtle. Your boxes aren't rotating enough, your vps aren't always moving. Have another look at this section: https://drawabox.com/lesson/1/16/rotation
Rotated boxes are hard, you are not expected to be able to do it perfectly yet. It's there to introduce you to concepts of using 3d space. This is a really good first attempt.
Your convergences for your orgaic perspective are good (and you are about to get a lot more practice at them). You only need to add libe weight where the boxes overlap, not even to the whole line. You have done a really good job of selling the illusion of depth.
Overall this is a good submission and I think you should move on to the 250 box challenge. Don't forget to add these exercises to your warm up and good luck!
Move on to the 250 box challenge.