Zer0

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    12:56 PM, Saturday April 10th 2021

    Thanks man, i'm gonna tried to make with better measures

    2:29 PM, Sunday April 4th 2021

    Thanks friend, i realized about the curves and I think I could solve it in my lesson 5, thanks and sorry for answering something late, also keep drawing and have fun.

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    10:31 PM, Friday November 13th 2020

    Hello friend, in the part of superimposed lines it feels a reliable and smooth line so that's fine, in ghosted lines it seems that before touching the end point you curved the line to touch the point and here it is better to keep the line straight even though it crosses the point , in the ellipses table try to maintain smoothness and confidence before precision few times your lines felt shaky so it's fine and in rough perspective a few horizontal lines are slanted, make sure to keep them horizontal

    Regarding self-criticism, it is good to consider them but while doing your exercises concentrate on them and once you finish you can write them down in another notebook or a part of the sheet where it does not interfere with the exercise.

    Next Steps:

    Good job, I think you are ready for the 250 box challenge and remember to choose 3 exercises from lesson 1 and practice it for 5 minutes

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    10:00 PM, Friday November 13th 2020

    Hello friend, in general your strokes in the lines part are smooth and reliable, in the ellipses part only some of the ellipses table do not touch the edge but you kept the smoothness and confidence of the stroke in most so it is fine and in the part of boxes, in approximate perspective some of the horizontal lines were inclined a little and remember that they must be kept horizontal

    Next Steps:

    It is a very good job and I think you are ready to go on to the challenge of the 250 boxes, remember to choose 3 exercises from lesson 1 and practice them for 5 minutes each each you start a drawing session

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    6:34 AM, Friday November 13th 2020

    Lines

    Your strokes feel very confidence on superimposed lines only one or the other is a bit shaky.  In ghosted lines you seem to curve the line to get to the other point, in this exercise make sure to keep the line straight even if it goes through the point.  In ghosted plans make sure to use the shoulder pivot.

    Ellipses

    In this part you can feel many shaky strokes but it is normal, I just remind you that you must maintain confidence and smoothness before precision

    Boxes

    In rotated boxes some boxes seem that only the vanishing point was slipped but it was not rotate, just take that into account

    Next Steps:

    Overall good work, I think you are ready to move on to the 250 box challenge

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    10:40 AM, Thursday October 29th 2020

    Thanks friend, I will correct it too

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    7:04 AM, Thursday October 29th 2020

    In the superimposed lines exercises where the lines are curved some feel shaky and in ghosted lines slightly few lines arched

    In ellipses your strokes are safe, just try to keep them within their space and in the funnel exercise, some ellipses felt very unsafe when drawn but several ellipses were cut symmetrically except for the edges.

    In boxes in approximate perspective some of the lines were redone to try to correct the direction

    Great job only it looks like you need a bit more security on some types of strokes and I recommend having a little patience when doing the ghost method

    Next Steps:

    I would move on to the 250 box challenge if others agree that this lesson is complete

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    6:14 AM, Thursday October 29th 2020

    Thanks friend, I will do my best to work on the points you mentioned

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