## Lesson 1: Lines, Ellipses and Boxes

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##### 7:32 AM, Saturday April 18th 2020 edited at 6:44 PM, Apr 18th 2020

Alright, so here's what I've got:

One of the things I noticed is that you didn't draw a line down vertically (sometimes horizonally) down to the center of your ghosted planes. What I mean is demonstrated here. Please draw these in before moving on (as they were part of the instructions), but there's no need to post them.

On your superimposed lines, you do fray, but that's bound to happen. However, there are some times where you do fray on both ends. Make sure to position the point of your pen to the start of the drawn out line before executing it.

Overall, your lines do tend to wobble, so I advise that you to keep this in mind when you continue. Aim for confident strokes. Otherwise nice work, you can continue on to the ellipses section, after you draw in those lines for your planes. ^^

edited at 6:44 PM, Apr 18th 2020
##### 1:28 PM, Saturday April 18th 2020

thank you for the reply :).

unfortunatly this homework is not complete, because I am an idiot and postet the wrong imgur url.

That is why I have 2 homework submissions ( https://drawabox.com/community/submission/TOURC4MB ).

I am currently working on lines, as my lines where pretty wobbly altrough 250 boxes.

at last thank you again for feedback :

##### 5:20 PM, Saturday April 18th 2020

Yup! You're welcome!

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##### 11:12 PM, Monday May 18th 2020

Marking this submission as complete because this user already got his full lesson 1 reviewed into another post.

This community member feels the lesson should be marked as complete, and 2 others agree. The student has earned their completion badge for this lesson and should feel confident in moving onto the next lesson.
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