Do cylinders have to have to perfectly be snug/tight in the cylinder change
9:45 AM, Saturday July 11th 2020
I know this is probably a no and a try your best to do it situation, but sometimes even when I ghost my ellipses and try to get them as tight and snug as possible,i still don't get them touching all the corners, and the boxes I construct don't always have a perfect minor axis that will make a snug ellipse at the bottom. I'm doing the ellipses in planes exercise to help with this but still after spending 1 hour 45 minutes on 10 boxed cylinders (thats how long it normally takes me plus 10-15 minutes for warmups) they don't always fit. I also tend to when I get the ellipses non-snug half-way into the method to try and correct it leading to a really loose ellipse, so should I just try to make it as tight as possible if i don't get it as snug when i start my stroke? Thanks.