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11:39 PM, Sunday November 28th 2021

Welcome back :)


Your lines are good, they look ghosted and confident,keep it up.


They look confident and ghosted and are drawn throught at least 2 times


In the plotted perspective you have not drawn through the boxes. All boxes should be drawn through as if looking at it through m an x-ray, the only exception is the organic perspective where it is optional.

In the rotated boxes specifically it seems you did not plot the lines you drew. Remember also to keep the gaps consistent.

The boxes in the third quadrant are not rotated properly they are similar to:

You should use the surrounding boxes to get the angles, check the rotated boxes notes or video again.


Keep in mind that

"On rough perspective, width lines should be parallel to horizon and height lines perpendicular to horizon"

quoted from

Draw through the boxes except in the organic perspective

Otherwise I think you can head on to the 250 box challenge

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Yeah you can head off to the 250 box challenge

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1:57 PM, Wednesday December 29th 2021

Yes, thank you very much for critique!!

With the rotated boxes challenge I felt that I'm not rotating enough, my brain was confused with all the lines :) Thanks for confirming my feelings.

With the plotted perspective exercise you're absolutely right, I messed up there.

3:33 PM, Wednesday December 29th 2021

On the rotated boxes, there are many more instances of the same thing but I just pointed out some. Good luck :)

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