6:05 AM, Friday October 28th 2022
Heyo I'll be reviewing your homework.
Superimposed lines are off to a good start, your lines start at one point but fray. This is fine and is to be expected, eventually they'll connect on both ends with continues practice.
Ghosted lines are also good, a couple don't start at one point but that's alright. Try to always start your line at one point, this will help make your marks more deliberate and planned. Also don't be afraid to draw over your lines and pack them together more.
Ghosted planes/Ellipses in planes are excellent, the next step is to deform the planes more by placing the points in more extreme positions. This will also make it a bit more difficult to place ellipses in them but it will be worthwhile.But do keep the planes somewhat organized.
Tables of ellipses are good. The next step is to vary the rotation and minor axis of the ellipses in each section of the table.
Funnels are excellent, your next step should be to vary the minor axis of the ellipses as they get further away from the center.
Plotted perspective is excellent. For rough perspective I'd suggest ghosting the line from each point towards the vanishing point, and also after forming the initial rectangle of the box (Front face), when doing the ghosting method from before try to line up the points so they form a smaller rectangle similar to the initial one.
Rotated boxes are alright and it is expected that you'd have difficulty with them. Organic perspective is good, though I'd suggest trying to draw equilateral boxes a bit more to vary them (most of them look to be stretched in one direction). Additionally should one side be longer, you can add more foreshortening to it by converging the lines more.
You're good to go tackle the 250 box challenge, and don't forget to add the exercises to your warm-ups and do them before starting a drawing session. Good Luck!
250 Box challenge.