Lesson 1: Lines, Ellipses and Boxes

9:47 PM, Monday September 13th 2021

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Hello my friends! This lesson 1 took me a month to finish. I also wanted to thank Cuvid for pointing out that I uploaded it wrong

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8:04 AM, Tuesday September 14th 2021

Hi!

Super nice work. It seems that you had a problem with your upload : it misses one page of "Rough Perspective", one of "ghosted planes", and one of "ellipses in ghosted planes".

Every page you did looks like serious work and solid confidence in line marking.

If you have done the missing pages, you should go through the 250 box challenge since you don't have nothing more to get from lesson 1.

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Super solid work, you really should go through the next step : 250 boxes challenge!

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7:15 AM, Wednesday September 15th 2021

Thanks for pointing it out my friend!

man, I think I got confused with the photos

I already completed all the lesson, but I guess I

should re-upload it again. It says that I need it for the completion badge.

I appreciate the critique and compliment!

gotta move to 250 box challenge!

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