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    11:08 PM, Thursday August 6th 2020

    Not every object has 3 VP. If your object has 12 faces, it has more than 3 VP. (every set of parallel lines gives you a VP).

    For the 250 boxes we mostly start with a corner so it`s 3 VP.

    7:44 PM, Thursday August 6th 2020

    Thank you very much!

    2:47 PM, Tuesday August 4th 2020

    Thank you for the critique!

    It was very clear and the links were really helpful. I hope I understood it well.

    Here is the link for the additional drawings :

    Did I correct the mistakes and is there anything else I can improve?

    Thank you!

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    12:43 PM, Friday July 31st 2020


    I have been doing these along with gesture drawings and honestly I know I improved since now I can draw what I could only in side view, in 3D and any direction. it is not as good since I just completed plants and i'm into insects but even my snakes look better (since I use a method similar to the branches). I am sure that after the next subjects I am just going to get better at it. Also, the strengh of the construction method is once you've drawn the same thing object/ animal in different positions, it's actually easier to draw it from imagination. Try it with a branch and leaves (since that's the lesson you last finished) and you will see.

    Have Fun!

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    12:32 PM, Friday July 31st 2020


    This is the only information there is I think : (bottom 2 paragraphs).

    Personally I often do ellipses in planes, ellipses in tables, super imposed lines, boxes and as I progress, organic forms and arrows (you will see in lesson 2).

    Have fun!

    2:23 PM, Saturday July 25th 2020

    I am happy my help was useful!

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    3:17 PM, Thursday July 23rd 2020


    Since you only have full black and white, I'd not draw them, or maybe just a weighted line at the bottom of the droplet, nothing more.

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    3:15 PM, Thursday July 23rd 2020


    Imgur. It's so much easier to see all the images in the same page and simply having to scroll down.

    Have fun!

    5:43 PM, Wednesday July 22nd 2020

    I think you are over thinking the shoulder part. As long as the elbow is not on the table and not restricting your shoulder, a strait line is a combination of the movement of the elbow and the shoulder. The wrist shouldn't do much though. Don't go locking in your elbow and making your arm stiff. After that, focus on making a strait line, and your body will do the rest. I hope that helps you

    2:32 PM, Tuesday July 21st 2020

    When you mention "line that fit in a box" you mean the hatching lines? If so, maybe you simply want to try putting points first (like when drawing the box) and with practice removing them.

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