haitrinhbach

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    3:00 AM, Tuesday March 22nd 2022

    Firstly good job on completing lesson ,

    But there are a few critical aspects

    Lines

    I had no problem with your lines, they were drawn confidently and fairly accurately, you did a great job

    Ellipses

    your ellipses where drawn through 2 to 3 times so you clearly understand what uncomfy said to some degree already. Plus your accuracy on the ellispes is great, good job on that!

    Boxes

    you drew the boxes very confidently,good job

    now im gonna give you a tip that i always use when drawing boxes in perspective

    o remember when you draw boxes in perspective avoid drawing lines parallel lines because those lines gonna convert to each other at some point ( keep in mind: for 1 point perspective the horizontal and vertical lines should be parallel and for 2 point perspective only the vertical line will be parallel )

    there is one tips that i usally do when drawing boxes in perspective manually is ghosting the line from the start to the vanishing point that way can help you have more sense of where the line should go, of course this method wont makes your lines 100% accurate ( also remember ghosting help you to see the line without draw it on the paper, that will help you to know where there line should go and how it would look if you draw it on the paper so ghosting is very important)

    not lets go to the conclusion of your work

    _what i love about your work is your line confident, they are really great

    _dont stress your self out too much about the perspective exercise because perspective is a difficult thing to understand at first so dont worry too much and you can have a chance to practice perspective in 250 boxes challenge

    Next Steps:

    good luck with other lessons and challenges

    now do the 250 boxes challenge and lesson 2

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    2:37 AM, Tuesday March 22nd 2022

    Firstly good job on completing lesson

    But there are a few critical aspects

    Lines

    I had no problem with your lines, they were drawn confidently and fairly accurately, you did a great job

    Ellipses

    your ellipses were drawn pretty messy because you drew over the circle adn ellipses more than 2-3 times and lack of confident, one other thing you should keep in mind is to draw withyour whole arm not with your wrist (why: draw with your wrist can limit the size of circle that you can draw but your elbow and shoulder dont limit your circle size, your line length as well). However, some of your circle and ellipses look very great and solid so keep on practice bro

    Boxes

    your line on boxes are not as great as your line home work, i think its understandable because this is the first time you draw boxes in perspective now im gonna give you a tips that i always think about when drawing boxes in perspective

    when you draw boxes in perspective avoid drawing lines parallel lines because those lines gonna convert to each other at some point ( **keep in mind: for 1 point perspective the horizontal and vertical lines should be parallel and for 2 point perspective only the vertical line will be parallel )

    to enhance your line quality i think you should ghost the line more (the ghosting technique). because you cant imagine the line inside your head right now so ghosting can help you know where the line should go and how it would look when you draw it on the paper

    not lets go to the conclusion of your work

    _ the main propblem you should pay attention to is your line quality, dont draw over the line too much when drawing boxes and you should ghost the line more

    good luck with your 250 boxes challenge (^o^)/

    Next Steps:

    dont forget to do the 250 boxes challenge ok?

    NOW QUICK! go to lesson 2

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    3:58 AM, Monday March 21st 2022

    Firstly good job on completing lesson ,

    Lines

    I had no problem with your lines, they were drawn confidently and fairly accurately, you did a great job

    Ellipses

    your ellipses where drawn through 2 to 3 times so you clearly understand what I've said to some degree already. Plus your accuracy on the ellispes is really, good job on that!

    Boxes

    you clearly understand the basic of perspective, very good. You work is amazing so i really dont have anything much to say about it so instead i will give you some tips about drawing boxes in perspective that i know

    when you draw boxes in perspective avoid drawing lines parallel lines because those lines gonna convert to each other at some point ( keep in mind: for 1 point perspective the horizontal and vertical lines should be parallel and for 2 point perspective only the vertical line will be parallel )

    there is a tips that i always do when drawing boxes in perspective manually is ghosting the line from the start to the vanishing point that way can help you have more sense of where the line should go and of course this method wont makes your lines 100% accurate

    not lets go to the conclusion of your work

    _what i love about your work is your line confident, you did a really great good job

    good luck with your 250 boxes challenge

    Next Steps:

    hahah this lesson is too easy for you

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    3:39 AM, Monday March 21st 2022

    first congratulation for complieting the exercise for lesson 1

    lines

    its great seeing you not Fraying on both ends but your lines are pretty wobbling, its understandable since you are just beginning to learn how to draw so lack of confident is a normal thing and over time your you be able to draw straight line the more you practice it

    I assume you've read through the text but I'll remind you, uncomfomy sayid when your lines tend to curve up or down, you should intentionally curve them in the opposite direction

    Ellipses

    your ellipses where drawn through 2 to 3 times so you clearly understand what uncomfy said to some degree already plus your accuracy on the Ellipses in Planes and funnel ellipses are fairy accurate, good job on that. however your tables of Ellipses werent as great, you shouldnt draw with for wrist because that will limit the size of the circle you can draw so thats why you should draw with your whole arm

    Boxes

    you clearly understand the basic of perspective and your line confident is better than before , very good. Nice try drawing sphere inside your boxes but that is pretty difficult for you to handle so for now just draw boxes and try to understand it ( to learn how to draw circle/ellipses and cylinder in perspective first we should learn how to draw boxes).

    When it comes to draw boxes without the horizon line your perspective is very bad.

    when you drawing boxes in perspective avoid drawing parallel lines because those lines gonna convert to each other at some point and that point is called vanishing point ( keep in mind: for 1 point perspective the horizontal and vertical lines should be parallel and for 2 point perspective only the vertical line will be parallel )

    thats all i have to say, if you have any question feel free to ask me

    Next Steps:

    you should go to the next lesson now and dont forget to do the 250 boxes challenge it will help you alot

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    8:03 AM, Sunday March 6th 2022

    Firstly good job on completing lesson ,

    But there are a few critical aspects

    Lines

    I had no problem with your lines, they were drawn confidently and fairly accurately, you did a great job

    Ellipses

    your ellipses where drawn through 2 to 3 times so you clearly understand what I've said to some degree already. Plus your accuracy on the ellispes is really, good job on that!

    Boxes

    some of your lines are pretty wobbly maybe its because you drew them slowly and lack of confident.

    One thing to remember is that when you draw boxes in perspective avoid drawing lines parallel lines because those lines gonna convert to each other at some point ( keep in mind: for 1 point perspective the horizontal and vertical lines should be parallel and for 2 point perspective only the vertical line will be parallel )

    but dont worry too much about your accuracy at first and focus more on line confident

    • there is one tips that i usally do when drawing boxes in perspective manually is ghosting the line from the start to the vanishing point that way can help you have more sense of where the line should go, of course this method wont makes your lines 100% accurate

    not lets go to the conclusion of your work

    _what i love about your work is your line confident, they are really great good job man

    _dont stress your self out too much about the perspective exercise because perspective is a difficult thing to understand at first so dont worry too much and you can have a chance to practice perspective in 250 boxes challenge

    Next Steps:

    you are good to go

    QUICK!!! move to lesson 2 and dont forget to do the 250 boxes challenge, believe me that challenge is hard but it help you

    a lot

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    6:45 PM, Friday March 4th 2022

    _i really dont get it when you said "For the cactus always remember to not leave the construction open ended" so can you give me some kind of example ?

    _well this question is totally off topic : its been a few months since i posted my drawing lesson 2 and right now im at lesson 5 already but i havent got any critique for lesson 2 and 4 so should i keep waiting or send it to discord ?

    _anyway thank you so much for critiquing my drawing i havent got any for a few months now ;-;

    here are my extra drawings:

    https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1-CHHSb1yHheShGMb5nlJExOv2uA4dn2k?usp=sharing

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    6:53 AM, Thursday February 24th 2022

    I'm just a beginner so I'm not here to critique your drawing, sorry for making you think you'll have some criticism

    anw your drawings are very inspiring, im looking forward to achieve your level: >>

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    2:48 PM, Friday January 28th 2022

    wow your art is so amazing :0, i wonder how long have you been drawing seriously

    2:43 AM, Sunday January 23rd 2022

    thank you so much

    2:08 AM, Wednesday December 29th 2021

    thank you VERY MUCHHHH SIR

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