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9:13 PM, Sunday April 12th 2020

Your lines look nice and so do the ellipses. For the rough perspective you would get more practice if you have drawn through the boxes. Some lines there seem arched, remember to try using the shoulder and take your time ghosting. I think you will get more practice as you move forward.

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4:14 PM, Friday April 17th 2020

I agree with this. I also would add that the lines on the boxes look like they're repeatedly made rather than a single clean line with follow through. I also see whiteout on the rotated boxes, make sure to embrace the missed lines and learn from them. Covering up won't do much to help down the line, and will make it harder to give actionable feedback.

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