6:39 PM, Saturday July 9th 2022
Hello again! You're making progress but there are still a few important things you aren't approaching correctly:
-In general I think you are drawing the lines too fast, make sure you ghost each line calmly and at least 5-10 times so you can give your best on every single line.
-One of the reasons I think you are going too fast is that some of the lines fray on both ends. Whenever you start drawing a line you should calmly place your pen on the starting dot of your line so the lines can fray on only one end. Here's one example on your work
-And finally the main thing, which is that I think you still are prioritizing accuracy over confidence overall. There are a few cases on which you do draw a line straight and confident even if it's gonna miss the ending dot, like this one .
But in general you have a tendency to try to change the direction of the line when you realize that the line is going to be off, which you shouldn't be doing, such as here.
So overall like I said you're making progress, but I want to make sure you understand how to prioritize confident lines over accurate ones as it's suuuper important on the box challenge, so I'll ask you to do 2 more frames of rough perspective (2/3 of a page) and this time marking the level of each line after drawing every single line. It's explained here if you forgot. Remember that every single line that is wobbly (like the ones I marked of yours in red, is a level 0, because it is not confident).
That being said, don't forget to ghost 5-10 times each line minimum, to rotate the page to your most comfortable position after drawing every line, and to carefully place the pen at the starting dot at the beginning dot of the line so the lines can't fray on both ends. Good luck and keep up the good work, you're almost there!
2/3 of a page of rough perspective with levels of lines marked as explained