Lesson 2: Contour Lines, Texture and Construction

10:31 AM, Wednesday August 3rd 2022

Lesson 2 homework - Album on Imgur

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I would much appreciate if someone could review this lesson for me. Thanks in advance.

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5:56 AM, Friday August 5th 2022

some ellipses and contours are not following the minor axis and the contour lines in the last exercise is confusing. Sizes of shapes in form intersections are not equilateral and there are wrong intersections. (same as mine haha) Lines are confident and smooth, and details and texture are so cool! Over-all good work!

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6:27 AM, Friday August 5th 2022

Thank you, will work on the flaws trying to incorporate them in warm-ups. Really helpful critique. Have fun doing your exercises :)

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