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4:15 PM, Friday November 24th 2023

Hey! With what we talked about, here's my revisions!

4:27 PM, Saturday November 25th 2023
edited at 4:28 PM, Nov 25th 2023

Nicely done! I can see you've put a little more thought into the revisions. I see there is a little overshooting in your lines. To fix this, try to intentionally lift your hand off the paper as you reach the end dot. Initially it might feel a little weird doing it but you will subconciously recognise what needs to be done and that you don't need to lift your hand much at all.

In practising these exercises as warm ups, I have no doubt the issues mentioned will improve over time. Specially when you get to the 250 boxes challenge. :)

With this I'll mark this homework as complete. Good luck for the future lessons and I wish you the best!

I can't edit my parent comment with the required revisions but just to note for anyone reading this in the future, I amended my revisions required to:

  • 1 page of Ellipses in Planes

  • Half a page of Rough Perspective

This community member feels the lesson should be marked as complete, and 4 others agree. The student has earned their completion badge for this lesson and should feel confident in moving onto the next lesson.
edited at 4:28 PM, Nov 25th 2023
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