TotalTempest

Dimensional Dominator

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    6:55 PM, Wednesday August 10th 2022

    Your assignments weren't uploaded in order, and so it made it a bit difficult to read. This isn't going to affect your critique score, but it would be very helpful for those critiquing your work.

    I've noticed that there is some wobbling on your ghosted lines. The goal of these assignments are to have smooth, confident lines first and accurate lines that cross through points A and B second. This same problem is also apparent in your ellipses, but to a lesser extent. Definitely keep this in mind as you move on.

    You did an excellent job with the other parts of the lessons. I think that you are ready for the 250 box challenge.

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    6:38 PM, Wednesday August 10th 2022

    It looks like you did a very good job with the assignments! I noticed that you have very smooth and confident lines throughout the assignments. That being said, my only correction would be that not all of your ellipses in the funnel exercise were aligned with the minor axis, so make sure to watch out for that. That being said, I think that you are ready to move on to the 250 box challenge.

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    2:02 AM, Tuesday August 9th 2022

    https://imgur.com/a/sEJ1Hox

    Sorry for the late submission! I know that it has already been over a year, but I am ready to resume my Drawabox journey. I tried to apply all of your corrections in my revisions, and I will leave it up to you whether or not I should do further revisions or continue onwards.

    I really appreciate the level of depth that you put into this critique, and I apologize to both you and myself that I blasted through lesson 3 and straight into lesson 4. I want to get the most out of this course and to learn good critique skills so that I may assist others in their journey as well.

    In the meantime, I will wait until further instructs so that I do not repeat my previous mistake in lesson 3. I will try to stay diligent by finding my place with the 50% rule (Uncomfortable made a newer video on it since I joined that I really wished I had years ago) and by critiquing others in the earlier lessons.

    I appreciate all of your help!

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    5:43 PM, Thursday April 16th 2020

    These look good!

    Also, when uploading your assignments, try to upload them a lesson at a time (in this case, lesson 1 would be lines, ellipses, and boxes).

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    5:40 PM, Thursday April 16th 2020

    Great stuff! You really nailed it!

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    5:27 PM, Thursday April 16th 2020

    If your shoulder hurts, that means you're doing it right!

    lol

    But seriously, you're doing great!

    Your crossed planes look good too!

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    5:12 PM, Thursday April 16th 2020

    Beautiful linework! I can see that you are also making good use of the space on your paper! Keep up the good work!

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