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3:22 PM, Thursday April 28th 2022

Overall- You overlapped shape and form quite well throughout all of your drawings.

Feedback- pay closer attention to how big or small the overlapping forms are on each animal. On a couple, you overshot your ellipses. I'm referring to the zebra pictures and the owl head picture.

My favorite drawing in your submission is the one where the giraffe has his head bent down. On that one, you had a clear sense of construction. It also felt like you had a lot of confidence in showing the gesture of the giraffe. So major props to you for that, because I know that wasn't easy.

Next Steps:

Action steps: Redraw the zebra and the owl head with a focus on drawing the ellipses more confidently and paying closer attention to how big the ellipses are.

When finished, reply to this critique with your revisions.
4:06 PM, Friday April 29th 2022

i appreciate that you took the time to write this critique, but looking at your profile you don't have this lesson marked as completed, you should only give feedback on lessons you have done and received feedback for

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