250 Box Challenge
10:54 AM, Tuesday April 7th 2020
Getting out of my comfort zone. I believe I understood the concept of "accumulating mistakes" regarding the back angle, which 99% of the times showed me that I did not build the rest of the box as properly as I thought I did.
I also had fun with hatching, which seemed very boring at first after some time I started to enjoy it.
Got some extensions in the wrong directions in a good chunk of the exercise but I think that after some point towards the end I did manage to get all of them right.
Weirdly enough, I did have lots of issues with superimposing lines to add weight to them. I thought that would have been the easiest part, but I got out of boundaries too many times even after ghosting a lot, which is weird because I felt so confident during the superimposing lines exercise in lesson 1.
For the boxes itself, I tried to draw them in many different angles, VPs and foreshortening, even tho at the end I probably didn't touch all the possibilities. I absolutely suck at making parallel lines to an infinite VP, but people in Discord said that's pretty normal.
I had fun for some weird boxes, I absolutely hated most of them. In the end I think I learned a lot.