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11:28 PM, Tuesday July 14th 2020


You ghosted planes are really wobbly. Try going faster and with the shoulder (elbow shouldn't touch the table, and the wrist should slide on the paper). Never forget to use the ghosting method and only ghost in one direction. Continue doing your superimposed lines as warm ups so you develop better precision. The longest lines seem to be better, so that's is why I suspect your wrist and elbow to be culprits.

Good luck!

11:14 AM, Wednesday July 15th 2020


thaks for the Critique it is so nice to get feedback on your "work" thats not full of flase Compliments just to make you feel good. I rlly appreciate it.

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