Lesson 1: Lines, Ellipses and Boxes

10:40 PM, Tuesday October 18th 2022

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I repeat lesson 1 becuase I left drawabox for one year can I move to lesson 2?

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10:24 PM, Saturday October 22nd 2022
edited at 10:30 PM, Oct 22nd 2022

hi, i notice that your lines curve a bit in the ghosted lines exercise, I do see your improvement in the future exercises, great job, tho some lins still Curve a bit, keep in mind that confidence is more important than accuracy for now,

I see that in the ellipses planes you go over your lines only once, always make sure to read the instructions in detail, I do see that in your future ellipsis you do go over your lines twice so don't worry too much about that,

in your rough perspective you go over your lines a lot, it's better to leave the line as is since putting another line only puts attention on your mistake, your Funnels look pretty good, in some of them your minor axisis are a bit off, your Rotated Boxes are pretty good overall I do see some lines missing on the top corners tho I get it, it's very easy to get lost in the lines otherways you did great on them, I see that your Organic Perspective is missing, I assume you forgot to add it? or you didn't realize it was there, so please add those, otherwys I think your reddy to move on to the 250 box challenge,

tho I just started this course so I'm not the most reliable on this,

still, i hope I helped

good luck whit draw a box and art in general,

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edited at 10:30 PM, Oct 22nd 2022
4:53 PM, Sunday October 23rd 2022

Thank that’s helpful and I hope to see you work on discord and we help each other and encourage each other mhsh112211#5871

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