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11:24 PM, Tuesday June 16th 2020

Hi Jmeess,

I decided to check your home work, so let's go with it.

Lines look wobble. Keep working with them by following these steps https://drawabox.com/lesson/1/9/levels. Remember Confidence is more important then accuracy. With Superimposed lines you have to always start from this same point.

Ellipses and circles look confident. In tables of ellipses you were keeping them close to frames. Shape of your ellipses is good. Some of them you managed to do even smooth. In Ghosted planes they seem wobble, but its more from that you were worried about hitting lines. Remember that more important is to get your lines confident. Accuracy you will get with time.

Perspective exercises look fine. Good job with Plotted one. In rough perspective i like how close you are with your Vanishing lines, but your Front sides of your boxes seem to be drew with ruler. I like your rotated boxes exercise. it seem keeping flow of rotating. In organic exercise you are keeping your boxes growing, but lines of them are wobbling a lot.

Well done with your Homework. Before i will mark this homework as Complete i want you make 1 side of Ghosted planes with twice Superimposed lines. When you will be doing it i want you to focus on confidence of your lines and always begin your superimposed line from dot where your line begin.

Next Steps:

1 Side of Ghosted planes with Twice superimposed lines

When finished, reply to this critique with your revisions.
6:47 PM, Wednesday June 17th 2020

hi hametro,

thanks for the critique :)

https://imgur.com/gallery/fcbqvFE

I finished the revisions you asked for.

I'll continue to practice and work on the confidence of my lines

8:24 PM, Wednesday June 17th 2020

They look nice. Keep doing them as a warm up.

I am marking this lesson as completed so feel free to go for Box challenge. I recommend you to join on Discord channel if you get any questions about your boxes.

Good luck and thank for your time with extra page of exercise

Next Steps:

Go for 250 Box challenge

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