Geometric Guerilla

The Indomitable (Summer 2022)

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    5:07 AM, Tuesday August 9th 2022

    Wow, I didn't expect that haha, I actually thought that I will fail the challenge and will have to do some revisions, thank you so much!

    I will move on to the lesson 6!

    10:21 AM, Saturday July 23rd 2022

    Great! I'll move on to cylinders and take additional notes from this critique.

    Thank you


    5:16 PM, Friday July 22nd 2022


    First of all thank you for this in-depth feedback, I did some note taking based on it and I took a second look at the lesson 4 feedback as you mentioned as well. Also I will not do any more official homework on my sketchbook, I will stick to printer paper in the future and in this revision.

    Here is the actual homework.

    I've added a third page to Organic intersections, because I felt that the first page was full of mistakes and I didn't do my best work. And also I have added some detail to the head fur of the lion, even though you said not to add any detail, I felt that the whole mass ballon around his head looked really weird, so I added some.

    Now that being said, these animal pages are not my first attempts at those given days. When I was working I usually did around 1-2 failed attempts pages and just started over, because I wanted to show my best efforts on these given revisions. Let me know if that's okay to do or if I should always just show my "first shots" in the homework. I will attach my failed attempts if you want to look at them here however:

    Also I went on a trip just after I got your feedback, so when I was there I still decided to do some drawings on my sketchbook (I didn't want to take all the printer paper haha) I still did some animal studies while I was there (Note that this was before I started doing actual homework) I didn't shy away on adding texture on some of these, because these were just for fun. Anyway, I thought I might add them here if you want to take a look:

    That being said feel free to completely ignore the second and the third links and just give the feedback on the actual homework revisions.

    All that being said, I still feel that I did a bunch of mistakes even on my actual homework, so if it is for the best I am more then welcome to do more of these revisions.

    Thank you so much,


    4:32 PM, Friday July 1st 2022

    Thank you! I definitely agree with you, these prompts are very cool way to challenge your creative muscles!

    8:25 AM, Thursday June 30th 2022

    Thanks! Definitely, frankenstein's monster has these super thick eyebrows, that's why it's similar :D

    3:55 PM, Wednesday June 29th 2022


    7:32 AM, Monday June 27th 2022

    Thank you Captain!

    5:38 AM, Saturday June 25th 2022

    Thank you!!

    7:43 AM, Monday June 6th 2022

    Hey! :)

    That is a very in depth critique and I appreciate it very much. I will try incorporate the things you talked about in my next exercises.

    Thank you!


    6:09 AM, Tuesday May 3rd 2022

    Thank you! I just want to say that I feel so much improvement overall, this course is a godsend haha.

    I will try to make adjustments based on your feedback in the lesson 4!

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