I found the critique to be interesting and I was happy with the response to my work. My diagonal line piece was discussed by the class and garnered the comment of simple “yet effective.” This was exactly what I was going for; not to get out of doing work, but because I started my 100 sketches with many intricate tiny lines. As I looked at the pieces I had drawn I was failing to feel a connection between the lines. I decided to create fewer very bold lines with direct focus on realtionship. One note Mrs. Waldvogel pointed out about my piece was that she liked how my thinnest line was not aligned directly to the corners and was offset. This was not specifically intentional; the main purpose of this line was to connect the (nearly)perpendicular lines rather than divide the frame. I felt I was lacking some craftmanship on my curved line piece particularly simply because i was free handing the curve rather than cutting against a reference. I really enjoyed alot of the other pieces and how each set had a personality of it’s own. I liked some of the pieces that created tension by using our pre-conception of gravity to feel as if an action was happening within the frame.