## Lesson 1: Lines, Ellipses and Boxes

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##### 4:14 PM, Tuesday September 15th 2020

I really like you work and your lines are tight!

I have to say you should read more carefully the exercise. You seems to misread the exercise, such as:

1-you miss lot of lines in the ghosted planes (https://drawabox.com/lesson/1/ghostedplanes) you can see that you are missing the "cross line" that should bisect the plane.

2-In some of the organics perspective I think you miss the point of "specifically making the boxes that are closer larger and those far away smaller in order to convey the depth of the scene." (https://drawabox.com/lesson/1/organicperspective).

I think you should concentrate in reading more carefully.

##### 2:43 PM, Wednesday September 16th 2020 edited at 3:22 PM, Sep 16th 2020

Sorry, it's my bad for misreading about the ellipses. I also understand why it seems like I'm randomly drawing big and small boxes in the organic perspective exercise, but they are getting smaller as I go further down the line - the line a drew to guide my boxes overlaps, so I understand why it is confusing.

Thank you for the feedback though - I really appreciate it! Do I need to redo any exercise?

edited at 3:22 PM, Sep 16th 2020
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