6:15 PM, Wednesday July 15th 2020
Good job on completing the challenge!
Perspective : Honestly your start was good (in term of perspective, and going towards the same vanishing points), and around box 40-50 you jumped on another level. From then on you simply made the good boxes more and more consistent
Lines : I can see your weight lines curving from the beginning to the end, like you were adding the line and realized you were of track and curved it to hit the mark. Instead, the make sexy weight lines, I encourage you to also use the ghosting method. Every mark you put on the paper should be ghosted. Also, you did great putting hatching lines because at first you had trouble making them strait and parallel, but as the time went on you were more precise on the direction. The next step would be to make them start and finish on the edges of the face you put them into (but the direction and the smoothness of the line is the priority, never sacrifice that). Don't forget to ghost them!!!!! (I see this as a recurrent weakness from your previous lesson).
Points : I see you put a lot of points on the paper. As long as it's not vanishing points, it's completely all right. But as you continue forward, it might be an interesting idea to let your mind do more of the heavy lifting and visualize the points and lines instead of marking them. It's not easy, but that's the point! That way you train yourself at visualizing the forms and visualization is a useful skill for visual arts.
Continue making boxes in your warm ups as you continue!
You can pass on to the lesson 2!