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3:47 PM, Saturday September 24th 2022

I'm glad I could help. I hope all goes well with the lesson you're working on, textures are a bit tricky.

Oh, by the way. If you can, add a link here with pictures of the correction task so I can mark your lesson as complete.

Hope you are having a good day!

7:22 PM, Wednesday January 4th 2023

Chayota Happy new year, I didn't understand maybe I didn't read right or did it when asleep, here is the link to the new boxes, I found kinda harder than the narrow vanishing points, It could be because I did so many of the others, but yes you're right I've been drawing and had used more these ones than the others.

But crazy foreshortening makes me feel like idk going to full speed hahaha

Hope you are still around there

12:45 PM, Friday January 6th 2023

Good job with the new boxes.

Hehe, I see you had a hard time drawing these.

Light foreshortening is always a little tricky at first.

Especially because of lines that deviate from their vanishing point.

I've left some comments on the images in your drive folder for you to notice.

You'll want to practice it in your warm-ups for a while.

Above all, good try! Move on to the next lesson when you feel ready.

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3:12 AM, Saturday January 14th 2023

Thanks Chayota, I will, I guess I'll had to look for someone else to review my boxes... It says that 2 agreements are necessary, thanks for your guidance and patience, I wish you a good drawing weather

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