Lesson 1: Lines, Ellipses and Boxes

10:21 AM, Monday February 7th 2022

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I hope the pictures are of high quality? I dont have access to a scanner.

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8:14 PM, Monday February 7th 2022

hey law the picturesare high quality enough and looks fine.

when it comes to the lesson I fought you did a great job on it. I'll go through the parts you need to work on.first off some of your ghosted lines are wobbly and not confident and bold as they should be. i don't hope long you have been drawing but it's important to learn this because this is important later on during dab, but don't sweat it you'll have lots of time practicing this with warmups

also your boxes in the rotate boxes exercise are small and sone of the extreme box rotations aren't completed yet . you want to make the boxes big so we can clearly see what your doing right and what you're doing wrong.

overall I fought you did good despite a few mistakes. this is all I because your gonna move on to the 250 box challenge and get a lot of good mileage any way. good job

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go work on your ghost method and never give up

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2:14 PM, Tuesday February 8th 2022

Thank You for the critique

I will work on those weak areas as well as complete the 250 Box challenge.

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