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    11:08 PM, Saturday June 10th 2023

    Here are my revisions for the funnel and the fixed rough perspective. Thanks for the feedback!

    12:41 AM, Tuesday June 6th 2023

    Thank you!

    6:39 PM, Saturday May 27th 2023

    This is a good revision. The lines are smooth and still pass through the points. When making any marks remember to ghost in lines and prioritize smoothness in the upcoming lessons/challenges.

    Next Steps:

    Go on to the 250 Box Challenge and remember to use smooth ghosted lines even on other exersises.

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    9:09 AM, Friday May 26th 2023


    -Wobble in Lines:

    In the Ghosted Lines and Ghosted Planes exercises there are wobbles in the lines.

    -Repeating Lines:

    In the Ghosted Lines and Ghosted Planes exercises there are a few repeating lines.

    -Lines Thoughts:

    I recommend filling the pages more fully. There is empty space outside of the ghosted planes. The images at the end of the exercise pages show helpful examples of how to complete the exercises. To help with wobbly lines I recommend drawing lines fast at the start. Next, I would draw lines slower until I reach a comfortable speed and a smoother line. Ghosting and drawing with the shoulder can also result in a smoother line. To avoid repeating lines you could try pausing between each line or slowing down. You don't have to complete each exercise fully at one time.

    In the Ghosted lines exersise lines are allowed to overlap.


    -Floating Ellipses:

    Some of the ellipses are in the center of other ellipses in the Table of Ellipses exercise.

    -Ellipses Thoughts: In the Tables of Ellipses most ellipses should touch the top and bottom borders. There should be few small ellipses in the smaller spaces.


    Ruler Lines: The front face of the boxes in the rough perspective test should be drawn with a ruler/straight edge. (This is my mistake).

    Wobble in Lines: The Rough perspective has wobbles in the lines.

    Boxes Thoughts: Don’t forget to read the lesson pages carefully. Also plotting points can help with positioning boxes and lines.

    Additional Notes: Rotating the page can also help when drawing lines. If your hand position feels awkward you can draw the line from the other side. Good Luck!

    Next Steps:

    Please, revise one of the the Ghosted Lines exercise.

    When finished, reply to this critique with your revisions.
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