Lesson 1: Lines, Ellipses and Boxes

5:15 PM, Friday March 4th 2022

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hi ! i'm not very confident about organic perspective ex i've done, for rotated box too but on this ex i think i understant the purpose of this one :)

Thank you !

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1:43 PM, Monday March 7th 2022

hi Lawky! i'm Koyomi and i'm going to review your lesson 1 submission.

first, let's talk about the submission in itself. your photos are nicely taken, pretty good lighting, no shadows and well framed but the quality of your camera is pretty bad.

it shouldn't be a problem here just know that you're less likely to receive feedback with a bad camera quality so if that's something that you can improve i would highly recommend that you do!

1. lines

-your lines are looking pretty nice! i can notice some arching in the ghosted lines/ghosted planes exercises, it can be fixed by trying to arch consciously in the opposite direction.

2. ellipses

-your ellipses are pretty good too, on the ellipses table exercise i notice some ellipses that overlaps each other, remember to keep them within their bounds, they should touch each other without overlapping. same with the funnels exercise!

3. boxes

-on the rotated box exercise, some of your boxes aren't rotating.

your organic perspective exercise is not too bad, just try to think more in therm of depth, what's in front and what's behind and don't be afraid to overlap your boxes in this exercise

Next Steps:

move on to the 250 boxes challenge, good luckk!!

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10:32 AM, Wednesday March 9th 2022

Thank you !

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11:40 AM, Wednesday March 9th 2022

i really agree with koyomi that your lines and elipses are great !!! but when it comes to rotated boxes i see some mistakes like his boxes are not rotating they are out of perspective maybe he needs to give it a try again for rotated boxes

so the key is use the neighbouring edges bro and as the boxes rotate the vanishing points are also getting closer to each other and they are along the horizontal line and that's what makes them look rotated

i just want you to give a try again for rotated boxes ok

Next Steps:

1 rotated boxes

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11:12 PM, Thursday March 10th 2022

i will try again this ex tommorow thank you!

2:23 PM, Friday March 11th 2022


hi, sorry this try is worst than the first you see :(

i understand my mistakes, better than nothing

2:39 AM, Sunday March 13th 2022

no problem just move on to 250 boxes

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