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8:03 AM, Monday February 6th 2023

Thank you so much for the detailed feedback! I must have overlooked the instructions for organic perspective boxes. I've redone them, and here are the assignments you requested.

1 page of super imposed lines, 1 page of table of ellipses, and 2 pages of organic perspective boxes.

Got a little confused doing organic perspective boxes without turning the page (I felt like I was drawing the same box over and over if I rotated the page to draw the lines so I kept it in one place) but hopefully it's not completely wrong.

Thank you again for taking the time to look over my work, and hope you have a great day!

9:28 AM, Monday February 6th 2023

Your superimposed lines look so much better!

The ellipses have improved too, I see you didn't course correct this time and the shape is alot better too!

And your approach with the organic perspective boxes is absolutely valid and works great! you actually gave me a really good idea for this exercise :D

Anyway you are ready to take the next step which is the 250 box challenge, it is difficult in the sense that you have to do the same basic thing but there are a lot of shapes a box can take and even more angles you can place them in. just be sure to read through the exercise and take your time with this.

Here's a tool you can use for first few dozen boxes if you're having trouble thinking up a box:

and some references too, in case you need some:

Have a great day and good luck on your journey!

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