Quetriztesa

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    6:14 AM, Monday July 20th 2020

    Lines

    There are some Wobble in lines, but in general they are fine. You should always prioritize confidence, keep practicing these exercises as a warming up before any exercise in the lesson 2.

    Ellipses

    Some elipses overlap in elipse tables, burt in general are fine. Try using the ghosting method before everyone. Also on funnels the minor axis in some cases does not cut the ellipses in 2 simetrical halves. Then try to plan them befor draw them.

    Boxes

    In rotated boxes the edges of the boxes wich are further from the central box shoud be smaller in both axis (x and y). Anyway you will improve perspective in the box challenge.

    Keep working hard. You are doing it well.

    Next Steps:

    Keep practicing some of these exercises as a warming up before any exercise in the lesson 2. It will help you to draw with more confidence.

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    3:58 AM, Tuesday July 14th 2020

    Lines are confident in general, though they get a slight wobble at times. Don't forget you should always prioritize confidence over accuracy, even if the line ends up being off. Try going with a faster, more confident, line. Use the ghosting method before doing them. in the Superimposed Lines exercise you did little waves then try to draw them more oftenly like warm ups, they will help you in future exercices.

    Same goes for ellipses, they have a tiny bit of wobble. Focus on making them as smooth and confident as you can and don't worry about sacrificing accuracy.

    On rough perspective, width lines should be parallel to horizon and height lines perpendicular to horizon. Some lines have this mistake but in general they are well.

    Perspective and rotated boxes have some issues but perspective will be work on the box challenge, then you will improve them.

    In general well done. I can notice the effort. Keep working hard.

    Next Steps:

    Keep doing some exercises as warm up before any exercise of lesson 2.

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