This is the answer to
TEST QUESTION 1
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Always start by drawing the block into which the object
will fit. This will help you ensure the
correct
proportions
of the drawing right from the start.

Never start by drawing one part in detail and adding
the next part and then the next part and so on. If you
do, you will probably finish up with a drawing where
the proportions are not correct.

For this drawing, I started by drawing the block for the
body of the toy car only. I did NOT include the wheels -
they were added later.
David

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