Lesson 1: Lines, Ellipses and Boxes

11:08 PM, Thursday February 3rd 2022

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This is my first time posting here, please tell me where I need to work on and I hope I can keep improving. Thanks in advange

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1:53 AM, Wednesday March 2nd 2022

Hi, great job on finishing Lesson 1! I'll be critiquing your work.


Your lines are very well drawn and great job on keeping the wobbliness on your lines to a minimum.


On Tables of Ellipses and Ellipses in Planes, your ellipses are overall drawn nicely, but there is some slight wobbliness in some or some ellipses drawn a little too loosely.

On Funnels, some of the funnels aren't properly aligned with the minor axis causing your ellipses to look off-centered and uneven.


On Rough Perspective, great job on learning from your mistakes of not plotting points back to the vanishing point. One minor thing is that when you mess up a line, you may feel inclined to redo and draw another one but that isn't necessary. Leave the line be and move on to the next line as if it was drawn perfectly.

On Rotated Boxes, you exhibit great use of lineweight and hatching, this'll help you in future lessons.

Overall, you did amazing and showed that you understood each lesson. Some of your lines might slightly wobble and I suggest when moving on to the 250 Box Challenge, that you warm up by spending 10 - 15 minutes drawing ghosted lines. Keep up the great work!

Next Steps:

250 Box Challenge

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12:47 PM, Wednesday March 2nd 2022

Thank you so much for taking the time to review my work! I'm having a hard time learning to draw very straight lines, but I think I am getting better, so I'll keep doing the ghosted lines warm ups and move to the 250 boxes.

Thanks again for the help.

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