- You're off to a good start
Remember to check all
parallel lines for errors of perspective, until you get the necessary "gut feeling".
Just one example:
BTW, all lines of a set
of parallel lines share a VP. Mind that they can be from different objects. Perspective is not
a property of objects, it is caused by an optical phenomenon, and the rays of light don't remember where they come from
I also don't want to make a lot of mistakes because the marks are always there .
And I tried my best not to make one of the die taller than the other but it still looks like that .
Keep correcting the errors that you see, that is the best way to "learn to see". And when you think you saw everything, lay it aside for some hours, and compare again, you'll find more errors
. On the problem of faulty lines staying visible, you could have read in the first post of this class how to proceed (the procedure numbered 1 to 8). And if your sketch becomes too confusing, you can always take an intermediate copy of what is correct ("step 6") and continue from there
. BTW, you don't need tracing paper if you use a lightbox.
Keep up the good work