Partial Lesson 1 Submission (4 / 10 exercises)

5:08 AM, Sunday August 2nd 2020

First take on lesson 1 - Album on Imgur


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Hello, I rencently suscribe to draw a box because I like art and I really like to improve my skills. Here are some pictures of the first exercices I did for lesson one.

Any critiscim is welcome. On my plotted exercice sheet I use corrector. Could somoene confirm that when we submit exercices for official critique, we shouldn't send pages with blank corrector on it? As it cover our mistakes, we cannot see it well and therefor Uncomonfortable cannot help us on fixing it.

Anyway thanks for having me on! ^_^

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