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10:56 PM, Saturday March 4th 2023

Hello giuldzap and grats on finishing! Overall you've done a good job, though there are a few important things I want to talk about.

Starting with your arrows you're doing mostly a good job drawing them confidently! They still are wobbly on a few places, so make sure you always ghost them before drawing them and focus on drawing them confidently even if they get less accurate though.

You are also doing well making the arrows bigger as they get closer to us on the top right arrow, but on others they get don't, like on the top left one. Make sure that you always aim for the arrows to grow bigger in size, not just the space between them.

Last thing is that the hatching sometimes frays on both ends, so make sure you always draw it carefully.

Next on the organic forms you're doing great drawing them confidently. The main thing on them is that sometimes the ends of the forms aren't round enough, remember that the end of these are [balls]https://drawabox.com/lesson/2/5/simplesausage), so they need to be rounded.

On the ellipses you're doing a good job drawing them confidently overall, though some of the ellipses are a bit pointy, I know it's hard to draw the ellipses well, but make sure you always have in mind how their shape should be and constantly check if you're aiming for it or not.

Lastly the changes on the ellipses degree are sometimes a bit too sudden, so try to make it a bit more gradual.

On textures overall you've done a great job, so I have not much to say! You have done well observing the shadows and drawing their 2d shapes carefully. On the organic forms you've also wrapped the textures around the forms very well, good job!

On form intersections you've done well overall drawing the forms with shallow perspective, though on some places such as here your boxes have diverging lines, so be careful!

On organic intersections you're doing a good job drawing the forms, but some of them look unstable. You are also piling way too many of them which makes this a lot harder, so try drawing fewer of them. Whenever you draw them try to think of them as water balloons and how they would be affected by gravity. For example this one would have fallen, so you shouldn't have drawn it on that position.

Lastly the curves are a bit too sudden, always remember that the curves are parts of ellipses. You can ghost the ellipses first to help you visualize them. Here's an example.

So! Overall like I said you've done a good job so you are free to move to lesson 3. Good luck on lesson 3 and don't forget to ask any questions if you have any doubts!

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Lesson 3

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6:55 PM, Sunday March 5th 2023

Thanks fot taking time out of your day for me!! I didnt realizs about thr 2 connected ball thing, ugh... oh well. Thx again

8:23 AM, Wednesday March 8th 2023

No worries and good luck!

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