sophistamaan

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    3:41 AM, Saturday December 25th 2021

    Oh,Alright.Your sketches hae actually come out to be very very beautiful,especially the animals heads,they have been drawn perfectly.

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    3:39 AM, Sunday December 19th 2021

    Thank you so much for your valuable review.Yes the proportions of the animals did give me a lot of pains and.Comparing the head with other body parts to get an idea of proportions would be an excellent idea.AS for the details,in almost every tutorial uncomfortable suggests that details are not that important,so I just left them.

    Thanks again.

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    11:29 AM, Saturday December 18th 2021

    Were you working digitally or did you draw theconstruction lines with a smaller nib pen then outlined the silhouette with a bigger nib pen.Your sketches are very clean.How were you able to do that??

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    3:32 AM, Friday December 17th 2021

    PLEASE DRAW WITH PEN!! I think you have drawn with pencil because you wanted to use a lot of hatching lines and maybe you were not confident with your line.Anyway,you should still draw with a pen.

    You have done an excellent job in piling organic forms on top of each other.You have done an excellent job in capturing the texture of the animals and as far as I can see you have applied all the lessons of uncomfortable very properly.

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    3:20 AM, Monday December 13th 2021

    Hi,

    I will critique your work and try to give you the best advice that I can.In the organic intersections exercise I think that as you were about to reach the end,you had either lost your patience or were not able to figure out as to where more forms were supposed to be drawn and as a result,some of the forms are arbitrarily floating.You are not required to draw an infinite number of forms,a few confidently drawn forms with lineweight and cast shadow will definitely do the job.

    In the duck(first page),the countour curves drawn on the feather mass are incorrect.Although drawing the legs that are behind are not that imprtant as they are not visible,you should still draw them properly with a general understanding of how the leg connects to the torso.You have done an excellent job while drawing the horses,especially the head part.Nearly all of your drawings are excellent,showing that you have understood the exercise.YOu arefree to move to the mechanical section aka drawing objects and vehicles.

    Next Steps:

    Move to the 250 cylinder challenge

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    2:15 PM, Wednesday December 1st 2021

    Hi I will critique your work and try to provide a review on the basis of all the knowledge that I have gained on the subject and would request you to please review my lesson so that even I may proceed ahead.

    Your leaves and arrows are totally alright,keep up the good work,I would recommend you to make bigger leaves(or maybe you are using a bigger paper so the leaves look small.) so that you are able to distinctly make out your lines and also draw the curves with your shoulder.Do not try to overuse line weight,use it only to establish hierarchy and use it only on specific sections.

    You need some practice with stems.When drawing the ellipses.make sure to align them to with the minor axis and also try to visualise how the degree of each ellipse will change as the stame rotates in 3D spaceLook at thisand also instead of focusing too much on branching.try to make your stems better.

    The plants are really good(It would have been awesome of you had also uploaded the reference images) If you can get the technical stuff and put things together It is great.Please just do not redraw the lines like onthis cactus.

    I hope this vas valuable

    Next Steps:

    If you want you can do one page of branches and then move onto the next section.

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    3:45 AM, Monday November 22nd 2021

    Thank you so much for excellent and elaborate review,I would definitely focus on texture and move on to the next exercise.

    3:47 AM, Monday October 18th 2021

    Thank you so much for your valuable review.It was really helpful

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    1:57 PM, Tuesday October 5th 2021

    Even I had the same question.What I did was keep my reference image infront of me while drawing the texture imlicitly in the third rectangle.Dont worry you'll understand as you draw textures on the sausage forms.

    1:21 PM, Tuesday October 5th 2021

    You're welcome

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