sikcool

Giver of Life

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    9:41 PM, Thursday October 15th 2020

    Hiya, I noticed that some of the circles on your funnels aren't centered. Make sure that the axis of the funnel cuts the circle in half. Other than that, it looks pretty good. You'll get the practice you need for boxes by doing the 250 box challenge.

    Next Steps:

    Go on to the 250 box challenge

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    9:37 PM, Thursday October 15th 2020

    Hi, I noticed that your ghosted lines have some curvature to them. Make sure you're using your shoulder as a pivot and not your wrist/elbow. Other than that, when you're extending your lines on the boxes makes sure you're following the same path as the original line. Some of the extensions seem a bit off.

    Next Steps:

    Go onwards to the 250 box challenge.

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    5:40 PM, Friday October 9th 2020

    Hi, so the lines of your boxes are quite wobbly, but this is something you'll get better at when you do the 250 box challenge. Keep working on your superimposed lines and work up to longer lines gradually.

    For the exercise where you draw circles within planes you were supposed to use the planes you had already drawn, I believe. It's not a bad thing that you drew new ones, more practice is good, so you can go back to your previous planes and draw circles in them to get even more practice. Good job on the rotated boxes!

    Next Steps:

    Go on to the 250 boxes challenge, because this looks good. Keep practicing these exercises (lesson1) as warmup and good luck!

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    10:12 AM, Friday September 25th 2020

    You can ask on the Discord, maybe someone will know

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    9:55 PM, Monday August 24th 2020

    Hi, I took a look and have some critiques/things to works on.

    On the ghosting part I can see that there's some wobblyness to the lines, so makes sure you're executing them at a good tempo so that your brain doesn't take over for your muscles. Your planes and circles look good, so just keep on practicing! Looks like you've understood the concept of vanishing points. Your boxes will get more consistent whilst doing the 250 challenge, just makes sure you're taking your time ghosting each and every line. Your rotated boxes look ok, but they could maybe have been a bit bigger.

    Next Steps:

    I think you're good to continue, just keep practicing through warmups, and remember to draw for fun as well.

    GL on your 250 boxes.

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