Spikediesel

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  • Sharing the Knowledge
    10:22 PM, Sunday May 8th 2022

    https://imgur.com/gallery/fTgHgov Here I did another 50 boxes

    3:09 AM, Tuesday May 25th 2021

    here is also another 50 boxes with vanashing point what do you think should i go to the next step https://imgur.com/gallery/Suv5sYK

    6:44 AM, Tuesday May 18th 2021

    so do you want me to redo some exercises?

    6:55 AM, Tuesday May 11th 2021

    so you just want me to do ellipses

    7:39 PM, Wednesday May 5th 2021

    I dont know what i was really aiming for? I also took a break from drawing. here is the 50 boxes https://imgur.com/gallery/66Jwydy

    4:10 AM, Thursday April 15th 2021

    thx is see it now

    2:37 AM, Thursday April 15th 2021

    For some reason its not letting me see the image is there any other way you can fix it also thx for the critique.

    12:33 AM, Wednesday April 14th 2021

    no promblem

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    11:41 PM, Tuesday April 13th 2021

    judging by your work your boxes are not that bad i like how many differnt kind of perspectives you did.But there are still some mistakes first one when you shade your box make sure you visulaize from the viewver perspective on what he will see because when you shaded some of your box they dint match from the viewers eye.Also another thing some of your lines dint meet up to the perspective some lines drift to completely to one side then other just make sure you visualize your lines before you make the line.But these mistakes are bound to happen so overall nice boxes.

    Next Steps:

    After you complete 250 box challege you go straight to lesson 2 but if you feel like your lacking something dont be afraid to check back on it.

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    11:18 PM, Tuesday April 13th 2021

    Judging by your i would say pretty good hob but there are still minor mistakes you have for one when Ghosting your lines you fail to meet the mark and some drift away which is bound to happen just make sure you are consistent with your lines.Also the two point perspective was meant to throw you in the deep end of the pool its was meant to be hard so dont beat your self over it.One more thing about elipese I recomended you get in the habit of drawing elipses if you you really think your struggling mosr with it but apart from everthing else nice job.

    Next Steps:

    After your done with lesson 1 you do the 250 box challege before going onto lesson 2.But i highly recommend you do ellipse exercise as a warmup before you draw.

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