Enrigo: I’m starting where I left, post 10 in this thread. Actually , while you mention the axis stuff gets confusing for you I think this looks quite alright. The cube is missing the rest of the cylinders though, making it a bit less useful for this assignment as you’ll see it gets even more confusing when you start to add the others as well. For the shading –since you do it with pencil- you can drop the extra line I add when using marker, as it is merely there to convey the idea of a gradients. With a pencil you can just make it a true gradient, something markers don’t really allow you to do.
D-Holme: The non-scribbly ones indeed lack shape in some of these, but I noted you get better at it further down (I assume they’re in linear order ) It’s basically a matter of practice, after a while they should come more naturally. For the first exercise, the last one is best although the back of the horizontal square is too far back because your diagonals don’t cross in the middle. The cylinders look okay (nice to see you found where you made mistakes and are correcting yourself). However, quartering the cylinder on its side seems to give you some trouble. Suddenly you have problem 2 in my previous post, you use the vertical as Major axis for the ellips and subsequently use it to divide the ellips with it. The cups look quite good, but when seeing these and the ones from the rest I realized this part didn’t work within the exercise. I’ll get back to that later.
Asmodie: Couple of things happening here. In the first part of the exercise you need to be a bit more neat in drawing straight lines, as the horizontal ones are a bit wobbly and not really horizontal. This seems to occur in a couple of the other ones as well. You might want to check against the sides of your paper if your lines are still going vertical and horizontal. The cylinder on its side looks okay, keep in mind that the ellipse at the back should be wider than up front. The cube plus cylinder misses the other 5, and the one that you did add doesn’t follow the axis as they should: it seems you used the diagonals of the side of the cube to draw the ellipse. The same happens with the drawing below it, which causes you to quarter the cylinder with the real vertical and horizontal lines. Check these two cylinders against the first one you made, top right. The quartering of the standing cylinder is good, just take care with your verticals again . All in all, nothing terrible but you might want to redo one or two of these just to get the feeling right.
Arttorney: Overall this looks good, thought the cube with cylinders has problem 3 and sort of problem 2 as I described above. Also, for the quartering of the cylinder on its side you didn’t use the tangent line to the ellipse, instead you seemed to have picked a random direction to find the horizontal plane of the quarter.
More to follow soon...