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7:12 PM, Friday September 10th 2021

Good job on completing lesson 1. I can see that you understood all of the assignments! For the superimosed lines, the fraying looks rough at the end sometimes but good job on starting on the same point for every line. Your lines wobble sometimes but that will improve with time and practice.

The main issue that I want to point out is the ellipses. They do wobble a lot and they can look pretty rough. There are also issues with the accuracy of your placement but you should focus on confidence first. Try being more confident, dont hesitate, and keep using your whole arm to draw them. I recommend doing tables of ellipses as warmups. As well as ellipses in planes so that you can improve on wobbly lines aswell.

Your boxes also have some issues with perspective, so don't skip the 250 box challenge so you can improve on that. This challenge is also good for improving wobbly lines.

Keep practicing and you will improve! Good luck with the 250 box challenge and lesson 2.

Next Steps:

Add ellipses tables to your warmups. Move on to the 250 box challenge.

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9:11 PM, Sunday September 12th 2021

Thanks for your comments and tips, I really appreciate it. Nearly finished of the 250 box challenge, hopefully my perspective will improve.

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