Razorriome78

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razorriome78's Sketchbook

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    10:06 PM, Wednesday May 27th 2020

    thanks for having a look.

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    4:36 PM, Wednesday May 20th 2020

    i am also working through same challenge. one thing i have started to do recently is to triangulate the inside hidden corner of the box before finalizing the last corner of the outside of the box.

    my process has gone to:

    1 start with the y

    2 draw two planes, usually bottom of the Y, ensuring adequate convergence

    3 triangulate the "hidden" inside corner but dont yet draw the hidden lines to it

    4 triangulate the top outside corner with the help of the inside hidden corner

    hope that makes sense. it has helped me

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    12:33 AM, Wednesday May 20th 2020

    nice. you can see clear progression getting better as you went. iblike lastbone

    11:27 PM, Tuesday May 19th 2020

    thanks for quick responce.

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    7:08 PM, Tuesday May 19th 2020

    i just finished lesson 1. your work is an inspiration. awsome!

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    5:08 PM, Tuesday May 19th 2020

    i too just finished lesson 1 and moved on to 250 box challenge. you have done a very good job throughout and this is one of the best i have seen in reviewing about a dozen. good work and cary on

    Next Steps:

    250 box

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    5:02 PM, Tuesday May 19th 2020

    i have also just submitted lesson 1 and have been reviewing several others submissions. yours is one of the best i have seen. your lines are confident and wobble free. the last few pages in particular were very well done. no doubt you are ready for 250 box challenge. good work

    Next Steps:

    very well done. ready for 250 box challenge

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    4:35 PM, Tuesday May 19th 2020

    thank you so much for your detailed review. i will incorporate your suggestions.

    4:32 PM, Tuesday May 19th 2020

    thank you so much for your detailed analysis. i will incorporate your recomendations.

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    5:34 AM, Tuesday May 19th 2020

    congrats getting through it. i am working through ir right now. your boxes on the early pages were much better than mine right out of the gate. your lines are very confident and seem to hit your end targets very well, almost never overshooting. well done

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