Lesson 1: Lines, Ellipses and Boxes

5:30 AM, Thursday April 9th 2020

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Hi.

This is my first attempt at lesson 1.

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4:14 PM, Thursday April 9th 2020

Hi there, I think organic perspective exercise. The lines are a bit wobbly. I think you got the overall concept of perspective looking at the organic perspective drawing.

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I think you should do 250 boxes challenge next. I think the boxes need a bit of improvement.

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3:28 AM, Friday April 10th 2020

Thanks. i will do that.

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10:30 AM, Thursday May 21st 2020

Hi! It's not very clear from the photos, but is your sketchbook a small format like A5? If so, I really suggest you going with at least an A4 like the normal printer paper like explained here. In these lessons it REALLY pays off drawing big, even if it's not obvious. It will be more imperative on construction lessons since you'll need to draw a lot of lines close together and it will get messy on a small space.

Apart from that, your submission is solid enough for you to move to the 250 box challenge, so I will agree with the existing review, and that will mark this lesson as complete.

Good luck!

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