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4:11 PM, Wednesday September 2nd 2020

Congratulations on finishing a long and difficult challenge!

I notice that you are doing a good job of leaving it at one confident line, even if it's wrong, rather than go over it. The only time you should be going over lines is around the outside edge, using ghosted lines, to add line weight. Some of your added lines are not matching, and an exercise like superimposed lines will help you gain accuracy in that. I also notice some of your corners are feathering, meaning you are having trouble stopping at the goal points when putting down your lines. Ghosted lines as a warm up exercise can help you gain more accuracy in stopping at the end points.

Overall I think you explored a variety of boxes and understood the purpose of the exercise.

Next Steps:

Move on to lesson 2. Use superimposed lines and ghosted lines as warm up exercises to work on your accuracy. Try leaving feedback on other students' homework.

This community member feels the lesson should be marked as complete, and 2 others agree. The student has earned their completion badge for this lesson and should feel confident in moving onto the next lesson.
6:06 AM, Thursday November 5th 2020

Thank you very much. Really appreciate the feedback, :)

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