Lost a lot of time yesterday learning *iMovie* in order to use it to edit the time-lapses made by Procreate, so had to burn some midnight oil in order to do my homework for Week 1 / Day 3, mostly lines and angles.

## Drawing lines

The method of drawing lines is similar with that for circles and ovals:

- select (or mark) your start and end points
- ghost the line between the points
- lightly draw it

As when drawing circles and ovals, use the wrist, arm or shoulder to draw the lines, based on how big they are. If possible, *try to use the shoulder*.

## Drawing squares and rectangles

Once you’ve learned to draw lines, you can use them to draw squares and rectanges.

## Evaluating angles

Learning to evaluate angles is very important. Here’s a good exercise for this is:

- draw 2 lines that intersect at 90°
- split the angle in 2 to get a line at 45°
- try to guess the lines at 15° from the 45° (the lines at a 30° or 60° angle)
- draw the lines at 15° and 75°

## Triangles

Now you can draw triangles!

## Practice

For today we had to pause and draw what was on screen. That consisted in:

- squares and rectangles
- lines at 0°, 15°, 30°, 45°, 60°, 75° and 90°
- equilateral and isosceles triangles
- triangles
- quadrilaterals

For an extra challenge, we had to copy a complex shape!