Lesson 4: Drawing insects is really difficult. What do you think of this little bee?3wk · ImACatNamedGloves · r/ArtFundamentals

Exercise idea: Draw boxes in perspective. Fill sides with noses, ears, eyes etc.7mo · sonic260 · r/ArtFundamentals

Forgive me if I shouldn’t post this, but I thought it was a good representation of the sphere of cubes8mo · Sunfl00 · r/ArtFundamentals

Drawabox 2.0 has been released - a full website rebuild, revisions of lessons up to 7 and 19 new videos8mo · Uncomfortable · r/ArtFundamentals

I started Drawabox in January, shortly after the first drawing. This is my progress in a year.9mo · ElectricSquiggaloo · r/ArtFundamentals

Did a demonstration of constructional drawing as applied to a donkey for a student today, figured you guys would benefit from it as well4mo · Uncomfortable · r/ArtFundamentals

Is this too detailed? Each box is taking about 2 hours to complete and it felt like i was doing something wrong because it was taking so long. should I not put too much detail?2mo · Floofini · r/ArtFundamentals

Have anyone else encountered this problem before? Not sure how I should fix it.7mo · Simmons_beats · r/ArtFundamentals

my mushrooms. i feel like they’re really dark. i tend to really lay the ink down heavy and i don’t really know how to do the whole white space thing?? i kinda like em dark though. idk. critiques?? please!1mo · mollyleejames · r/ArtFundamentals

Kinda felt like cheating by building off a tutorial. So I tried to make something from scratch using what I've learned.8mo · ToshiAbashi · r/ArtFundamentals

Rotating cats. First attempt at this in response to the drawing from imagination post1yr · mrpoopsalot · r/ArtFundamentals

I created an extra Rotated Boxes guide for people that really struggle with grasping the concept.1wk · trafalux · r/ArtFundamentals

Lesson 4: Only had 15 minutes to draw at the time, but I wanted to use them wisely. A praying mantis!2wk · ImACatNamedGloves · r/ArtFundamentals

First attempt at a potted plant! Any and all critiques welcome! I'm not too happy with this page but it's a pretty good indication of where I'm at right now1mo · RabidSpaceFruit · r/ArtFundamentals

Quite happy with these beetles but would love some criticism. Thanks!2wk · RabidSpaceFruit · r/ArtFundamentals

Never drawn a tiger before. I wanted to use this lesson to make a painting for my daughter. I used the reference this time!8mo · ToshiAbashi · r/ArtFundamentals

How can I improve this texture analysis? The drawing looks really messy compared to the photo.5mo · mad_sketch · r/ArtFundamentals

Armed with very little anatomical knowledge, I've been using the techniques of lesson 1 and 2 to create these creature drawings2yr · GalaxyMan01 · r/ArtFundamentals

Here is my take on the Nymphaea Nelumbo. can’t seem to fit the two in one pic so both are a bit cropped. critique always welcome!3wk · Floofini · r/ArtFundamentals

While i was learning the first lesson my 8 year old sister copied me while practicing..1wk · InzaIc · r/ArtFundamentals

A bit unorthodox perhaps, here’s my first try at the perspective exercise! Took a long time but I’m proud!1mo · ConstructiveFeedbax · r/ArtFundamentals

First few tries at the insect demos. Any criticism or critiques welcome!1mo · RabidSpaceFruit · r/ArtFundamentals

First attempt vs most recent attempt of the rotated boxes challenge!! I like the improvement please criticize so I can continue to improve!1yr · nusual_suspect · r/ArtFundamentals

I think i finished lesson 3. feedback is appreciated ♡ Should I tackle the cylinder challenge next or lesson 4?1mo · Floofini · r/ArtFundamentals

Lesson 5 Day 1. Pigeons get a bad rap here in the city, but I’ve always found their dopey head bobs super endearing. As always C&C much appreciated!1yr · artificialbloom · r/ArtFundamentals

rotated boxes. i'm pretty satisfied, but i still have to work on the outer ones. any tips for improvement?5mo · 47quid · r/ArtFundamentals

1st day of lesson 4: drawing mantis, please give critic, thank you 🌱🌱🌱2mo · imeloto · r/ArtFundamentals

Here's how we draw circles and ellipses in Engineering design. I thought it would help someone. (The black dots are the points where the metal end of the compass is placed.)2mo · Argon_004 · r/ArtFundamentals

10th attempt to rotating boxes which I found pretty challenging and frustrating. Line work could be better but I finally feel that I nailed it5mo · saz0ne · r/ArtFundamentals

I don't know if this is allowed, but I spotted this exchange of opinions on 4chan and it made me giggle.1yr · sktchup · r/ArtFundamentals

I made a guide explaining how I see perspectives. Hope it can be of any help1yr · Quite_Mushy · r/ArtFundamentals

Got lots to improve on (like the shadows lol) I want to try this exercise again but in different angles. I’m quite happy with how it turned out :) Feedback is appreciated!!1mo · Floofini · r/ArtFundamentals

First half of 250 boxes completed; what should I focus on for the second half?3mo · creaktive · r/ArtFundamentals

second attempt rotated boxes exercise, what can i improve on? first attempt in comments.1mo · mollyleejames · r/ArtFundamentals

I decided to reverse the degrees in the funnel ellipses and it immediately reminded me of a large sewer intersection...1yr · Vulwulf · r/ArtFundamentals

[META]Neat little way to draw two-point perspective (x-post r/lifehacks)2yr · Lilitie · r/ArtFundamentals

I've never been able to draw plants before. This one is sort of pretty.1yr · oakktree · r/ArtFundamentals

Took me awhile to get it right (I think), please critique my rotating box!1yr · BaeCaughtMeLifting · r/ArtFundamentals

Its a complete failure of the exercise, but I finished it.1wk · faster_than_sound · r/ArtFundamentals

the power of contour lines in a straight hallway (X post from whoadude)1yr · pluutoni · r/ArtFundamentals

A few problems I see frequently from students that get in the way of really selling the illusion that our drawings exist in three dimensional space, rather than being limited to the 2D space of the page2yr · Uncomfortable · r/ArtFundamentals

Here's one of my first jabs at lesson 7, how did I do? I'd love to hear some feedback on what I did wrong and how I could improve it.7mo · HuskUrsa · r/ArtFundamentals

drawing head from different angles and the planes of the head1yr · mhimranhossain · r/ArtFundamentals

Practicing lesson 2's organic arrows, please tell me whether this is okay enough or not. Thanks2wk · xyzmangaka · r/ArtFundamentals

Fully colored perspective practice. Took me a while!! Didn’t want you to stare at boring black and white lines10mo · Kenshow · r/ArtFundamentals

Lesson 3: Hibiscus Flower Critique Would Love to hear your thoughts7mo · DrawLocation · r/ArtFundamentals

Lesson 5 tip, separating the head into planes actually helps lay out facial features, you can also tell I’m not a big fan of texture (yet)9mo · frozo1 · r/ArtFundamentals

Continuation from the Slowly starting to get it post, I can't believe this came out of my hand! I feel like I peaked and I'm only on lesson one.2yr · memyselfandmemories · r/ArtFundamentals

Those feels when you finally get to start drawing the boxes on drawabox3mo · 4896girl · r/ArtFundamentals

I am shocked- SHOCKED at what I made after 3 days, 2 lessons, and lots of practice doodling. Until a few days ago, I have never so much as attempted to draw anything in my life. I assumed I couldn't.1yr · joforemix · r/ArtFundamentals

Found this page that my 5 year old niece drew. Looks like I might have an apprentice!1yr · binaipie · r/ArtFundamentals

Organic perspective: before (left) and after (right) the 250 boxes challenge5mo · miladyDW · r/ArtFundamentals

I'm starting to get it. It's not about pretty pictures, it's about understanding forms. [Pangolin Scales]10mo · AvPBN · r/ArtFundamentals

Third attempt at rotated boxes. I know its not perfect, but any sort of critique would be greatly appreciated8mo · giantooth · r/ArtFundamentals

Grinded lines, ellipses and boxes for 8 hours straight today.1yr · marcushendersen · r/ArtFundamentals

17 new videos - one for each exercise in lesson 1 and 2, and more!1yr · Uncomfortable · r/ArtFundamentals

Can somebody please tell me what I'm doing wrong with this wasp from the Insect Construction Demo for Lesson 4? I have tried it around 20 times and this is the best I can come up with. Thanks to anyone that replies :)4mo · AshKB2018 · r/ArtFundamentals

Lesson three: plants! Critique appreciated...I still feel they look off :(1yr · jaeseeca · r/ArtFundamentals

Rotated boxes, first and second attempt, done about a month apart. Really excited to see some progress!9mo · kribyr · r/ArtFundamentals

HEllo hi:) hello friends would greatly appreciate some feedback. Also, are you supposed to have the textures wither away as you approach the light source that goes along the spine of the sausages?7mo · tirejuice · r/ArtFundamentals

Rotated boxes, took a long time and looking rough, feedback please !4d · SpicyRamenAddict · r/ArtFundamentals

Wanted to make sure I’ve got a good handle on this before moving onto textures!7mo · DrumTimeFunTime · r/ArtFundamentals

3 weeks later, lots more homework and my second attempt at Rotated Boxes1yr · Tumek · r/ArtFundamentals

First 18 boxes of the 250 boxes challenge! Feels like I’m missing something...Help!11mo · DrumTimeFunTime · r/ArtFundamentals

Here’s some birds (Does this look like I did some constructional drawing?)9mo · Z-nab27 · r/ArtFundamentals

Please could someone tell me if I'm doing this exercise correctly and what I could improve on? Thank in advance! :)6mo · AshKB2018 · r/ArtFundamentals

Started the insect lesson today! These were perhaps the most challenging subjects I’ve ever drawn. They have so many complicated little bits jammed together in a tiny space, even in an HD picture it’s difficult to simplify without getting overwhelmed. But after the chrysalis I was feeling better.1yr · artificialbloom · r/ArtFundamentals

My 5yr old son saw me doing my superimposed lines warm up and gave it a go too1yr · only_one_i_know · r/ArtFundamentals

Using different color ink helped me a bit, any feedback is welcome.11mo · mikeyeli · r/ArtFundamentals

Super Imposed Lines Exercise - should I proceed to the next exercise? I'd really appreciate any kind of response.5mo · residualbreezes · r/ArtFundamentals

First page of bugs lay-ins. Help me figure out the biggest issues!1yr · ossadeimorti · r/ArtFundamentals

Form intersection is literally the toughest drill i have done so far and my brain can not take anymore. Please critique and comment!8mo · Satyaki_Mandal · r/ArtFundamentals