Lesson 1: Lines, Ellipses and Boxes
1:05 PM, Saturday October 10th 2020
I have hard rime doing the ellipses and boxes.
Starting with your lines, you're mostly doing a good job, though they arched from time to time: Arched lines usually means you arent using your shoulders.
Ellipses are good. There are instances where it wobbles but not alot which means you are pioritizing accuracy over confidence. Although keep in mind that in ellipses as well as lines you should try to do them as confident as you can, don't hesitate in sacrificing accuracy to get them smoother and more confident. Other than that looking pretty good.
Your rotated box are great.
On organic perspective your boxes have perspective issues but you'll work on them on the box challenge, so no worries.
You did great, everything was well. Keep working on using your shoulder in this exercises, it may be uncomfortable but the practice would help build confidence in your lines. You can proceed with the 250 box challenge.
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