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Lesson 1: Lines, Ellipses and Boxes

1:27 PM, Friday May 21st 2021

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1:48 PM, Friday May 21st 2021

This is my first feedback and I just recently finished lesson 1 but I am doing my best.

Lines: Your superimposed lines have a clear starting point without any fraying. There is only fraying at the end of the line. The shorter ones are great. Longer ones are more difficult. I am not sure whether some of them count as wobbly. check if you are really drawing from your shoulder. Your planes are really great!

Ellipses: Your elipses are smooth and drawn confidently. I think they are exactly the way they are supposed to be.

Boxes: I think all your boxes show that you understood the concepts taught.

Next Steps:

You should move ahead to the 250 box challenge.

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2:28 PM, Saturday May 22nd 2021

Hi! Thanks a lot the feedback, i'll remember the tips!

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5:12 PM, Friday May 21st 2021
edited at 5:24 PM, May 21st 2021

Great work!

Strong, confident linework and a clear improvement in your understanding of perspective as you progressed through the exercises.

Your lines do get uncharacteristically wobbly during the rough perspective exercise, but that's to be expected. Just pay attention to that during the 250 Box Challenge, since inaccurate lines compound, making subsequent lines even more inaccurate.

Overall, really good job! Get started on those 250 Boxes!

Next Steps:

Move on to the 250 Box Challenge

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edited at 5:24 PM, May 21st 2021
2:30 PM, Saturday May 22nd 2021

Hey!

I do have an issue with consistency, but i'm working on it.

Thanks for the feedback!

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