Lesson 1: Lines, Ellipses and Boxes

3:39 PM, Tuesday September 28th 2021

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Here is my attempt at lesson 1. Its taken me more time then initially intended, and some parts have been rushed, but I am looking forward to continue DrawaBox :)

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6:10 PM, Tuesday September 28th 2021

Hi, congrats on finishing L1.

Looking at your circles, I noticed that many of your ovals are floating. Make sure that they're touching each other and not just floating around.

I also noticed that you're redrawing some of the lines on your boxes. When making a line, have confidence and do it in one clean stroke. Even if its wrong, you shouldn't go back and try to fix it. Just continue on the box even if some of the lines uneven or have a bad angle.

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Good job, move on to the 250 box challenge.

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5:40 PM, Wednesday September 29th 2021

True. Thanks for the critique :)

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