Hello ARANTXA, firstly congratulations on finishing Lesson one.

Now lets have a look at your attempt.


Your superimposed lines are drawn with confidence and there is little to no fraying at the beginning so that is a good point, further the fraying at the end is relatively controlled as well which is another good point so do not worry about that, it will get better with time if you do regular deliberate practice.

Your ghosted lines are drawn with confidence as well, and as for fot hitting the end point, overshooting and undershooting, do not worry that either for now as accuracy will improve over time as well.

Your ghosted planes are confident, you marked the points for ghosting as well which is a good thing as some students miss to do that, so another good attempt. Though, we can see a little bit of arch going in some of your straight lines, even though its minimum but I should point this out that it can be due to some reasons, mainly being not taking proper time to execute or in short rushing it or there being an innate arch in your muscle memory. The former can be tackled by taking measures such as slowing it down a little bit and drawing at optimum speed and with proper planning, while the innate arch can be dealt by consciously making an effort to draw the line with negative arch of similar degree, Uncomfortable explains this better in his video and blog so if you still need a better explanation, do refer to that article.


In your Table of Ellipses, majority of your ellipses are drawn confidently, drawn through atleast twice and are mostly bound within the area, that is they are touching the adjacent borders or ellipses, which in my opinion is really good attempt. A little bit of missing the bounds here and there is reasonable and do not worry about that either as I meantioned earlier, regular deliberate warmups will fix that.

Same thing for your Ellipses in the Planes exercise, confidently drawn ellipses drawn over atleast twice, and again do not worry about the accuracy.

Now as for Funnels exercise, most of the ellipses are confident but I can see a little bit of wobble here and there, remember our main objective for now is to attain a good confident ellipse and the accuracy is the second priority. The minor axis(the middle line) is bisecting some of the ellipses into two equal parts, so also take care of this during your warmup sessions. With that said, your funnles exercise was neat as well.


The boxes are difficult at first, so again kudos for attending them nonetheless.

Your Plotted Perspective is done nicely.

In your Rough Perspective, apart from the points mentioned above, you have taken good care to keep the width parallel to the horizon and the height perpendicular which is yet again a good point. And again, not to worry about accuracy that much right now.

Your Rotated Box exercise, you also did a good job drawing through your boxes, but we can see that the gaps in between the boxes are getting more inconsistent as we move away from centre and the rotations feels more like they are just shifting their locations and its done on a guess work there. Well while the rotations here aren't perfect still this was a good effort overall. The more you draw and develop your spatial thinking ability the easier these rotations are to handle. This is a great exercise to come back to after a few lessons or the boxes challenge to see how much your spatial thinking ability has improved.

Finally the Organic Perspective, apart from the points mentioned earlier, it is a really good attempt, kudos. And I will just add this regarding lineweights "Lineweight should be added with confident ghosted lines, and solely to the part of lines to overlap, not to whole lines." for future reference. And do not worry about perspective and other fields for now as they will improve over time with deliberate practice.

So overall your attempt was good.