beebee

Geometric Guerilla

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  • Geometric Guerilla
  • Tamer of Beasts
  • The Fearless
  • Giver of Life
  • Dimensional Dominator
  • The Relentless
  • Basics Brawler
  • Sharing the Knowledge
    2 users agree
    11:25 PM, Tuesday July 28th 2020

    Nice job drawing all those boxes and cylinders.

    Sadly, you haven't really completed the challenge you you've ignored several key aspects to it, namely extension lines.

    Extending your lines is an essential part of this challenge and by ignoring it, you've ignored a lot of possible opportunities to learn. I would like for you to go back and extend the lines for all your boxes, we'll save your cylinders for later as that's a fairly different exercise, once you do that go ahead and draw 25 more boxes (keeping to around 5-6 boxes per page.) using your new knowledge from extending your past boxes, make sure to extend the lines after every page.

    Next Steps:

    Link your 25 new boxes here and we can forward from there :)

    When finished, reply to this critique with your revisions.
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    11:17 PM, Tuesday July 28th 2020

    Duplicate submission, marking as complete to clear out the queue

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    11:13 PM, Tuesday July 28th 2020

    Marking this as complete to clear out the queue, as you're already marked as finished with this lesson

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    11:11 PM, Tuesday July 28th 2020

    Hey there, there are some major issues with your submission here.

    First off you've entirely skipped your line extensions, extending your lines is essential to this exercise, by skipping it you've skipped this challenge. Second, your lines are quite wobbly, I think it would be valuble to go back to lesson one and get your metaphorical sea-legs in making nice straight lines before you continue with this challenge.

    Next Steps:

    Please go back to lesson one and solve the basic problems you have there before you continue farther into this course.

    When finished, reply to this critique with your revisions.
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    11:00 PM, Tuesday July 28th 2020

    Please take pictures of your pages individually so I can see them properly and go ahead and upload them to a new imgur album and link it in a comment here, then I can critique your work :)

    Next Steps:

    Closer pictures please.

    When finished, reply to this critique with your revisions.
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    10:55 PM, Tuesday July 28th 2020

    Congrats on finishing the challenge!

    Here are some notes on your work, you show quite nice improvement as you get more progress under your belt and you seem to have a decent grasp on the main points taught here.Your lines look nice and crisp and In the future when you continue to draw boxes in your warmups I would like you to try to use more extreme perspectives, you tend to stick to fairly small amounts of foreshortening and it would help you a lot to try to push that further.

    Next Steps:

    Go on ahead to lesson 2 :)

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    10:48 PM, Tuesday July 28th 2020

    Hey, nice job finishing the challenge!

    One thing to look out for is re-drawing lines that you made a mistake with. You should just leave mistakes as they are, trying to "fix" them only draws more attention to them.

    Overall you show nice improvement and I think you get the gist of what this challenge is about.

    This graphic shows a quite useful way to think about your parallel lines in space, keep up with your boxes in your warmups and goodluck!!

    Next Steps:

    Go on ahead to the next lesson, lesson 2 :)

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    10:29 PM, Tuesday July 28th 2020

    Nice job finishing the challenge!

    Overall you show nice growth over the course of your boxes, your convergences clean up and you get more confident.

    One thing that would go a long way to helping you improve is your super-imposed lines, you tend to loose confidence and wobble with them, if you keep practicing making super-imposed lines in your warmups I'm sure you'll improve.

    You could also probably move onto the advanced box exercises at this point.

    Next Steps:

    Go ahead and move on to lesson2 :)

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    10:17 PM, Tuesday July 28th 2020

    Your lines start off a bit wobbly, but they get much more confident later on, and your convergences improve very nicely though the challenge.

    I would say you're ready to try some of the advanced box exercises.

    Next Steps:

    Go on to lesson 2 and goodluck!

    This community member feels the lesson should be marked as complete, and 2 others agree. The student has earned their completion badge for this lesson and should feel confident in moving onto the next lesson.
    7:53 PM, Friday July 10th 2020

    Thank you so much for the in-depth review! I really appreciate the time you took to point out my errors and I'm excited to start working on correcting them >:)

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