etcetera

Tamer of Beasts

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  • Basics Brawler
    5:45 PM, Friday September 23rd 2022

    Didn't you mean the axis line through the cylinder? I did one on each in black.

    ...Ok going back to the my first lesson to play a game of spot the difference I think I see what you meant. I forgot that center line on each color. I guess in re reading the lesson I must have skimmed that part and overlooked it.

    Would it be alright if I applied the correction to the last set that I already drew? I understand if not but my brain does kind of hurt from drawing so many cylinders.

    4:25 AM, Thursday September 22nd 2022
    6:10 PM, Wednesday September 14th 2022

    Ok thanks. Im not entirely sure I understand what you meant in your explanation of the difference in foreshortening between the two circles. Are you saying that the cirle facing the viewer has a more extreme angle or the one facing away?

    [https://imgur.com/a/JsLcEMy]

    5:32 PM, Thursday June 23rd 2022

    Thank you taking the time for another detailed critique.

    Regarding the sausage forms I know I need to keep in mind that both ends are the same. I Definitely will get distracted in the act of trying to find shapes and not give the ones I'm drawing the focus it deserves.

    Are there any particular demos I should revisit before moving on. (since it seems like this is the last lesson using organic forms?)

    6:01 AM, Thursday April 7th 2022

    Thanks for the critique, that's a lot of things to work on. I think I understand a little better what you've meant about adding 3d shapes on top of each other.

    I know I'm still having issues with line accuracy when doing my ghosted lines. Is there anything I can do to address this?

    6:20 PM, Thursday December 30th 2021

    Thank you for the in depth critique. I really apprecfiate the actionable steps included. I feel like I made a lot of progress on these redraws alone. New attempt.

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