8:23 PM, Thursday March 24th 2022
Hello, glad to have you back
Sorry for the late response, I have been occupied with other stuff so dab went to backlines for me.
Your linework is looking way better this time. It shows that you are confident with your lines. When in doubt, take more time. But when things get frustrated take a step back and go for a walk or something to stop those negative thoughts.
For your lineweght, for most parts, it got better. That said there are some places that I am unhappy with how they turned out. For example, house fly thorax and abdomen segments, it is way too messy in there. You did make them feel more 3d as I asked before, so that's great.
But in laters drawings, it is getting way better, so good job fixing that and remember to keep it in later lessons.
In the ladybug, the box isn't aligned to the rest of the body. https://imgur.com/YsLktNc
We can clearly see the top of the ladybug(top face of the box), more of her left legs so her left side(left face of the box) and we can see her face so front.
I realized that I forgot to point out that you are drawing pretty small. Drawing small makes things harder for us. We draw more clumsily and it limits our ability to think through spatial problems. It also makes it awkward for our arm, especially when we don't have as much experience with a shoulder. There is plenty of empty space on your pages so use it to full advantage. You have plenty of blank space that should be used for your drawings.
Lastly, the black widow doesnt have a head for whatever is supposed to act as one. I wont call that out as I have arachnophobia and I probably wouldnt look for pictures of them. But if you arent, the drawing should include it.
I believe you made a great job, fixed your weakness, and are able to proceed to the next lesson.
Proceed to the lesson 5