Potatoladd

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    5:54 PM, Thursday September 9th 2021

    It appears that your boxes look a little bit wobbly, If you haven't already I would suggest incorporating the y method when you draw boxes. Everything else looks pretty good! Nice job!

    Next Steps:

    You're ready enough to take on the 250 box challenge, good luck! Make sure you try out the y method when you face it.

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    5:37 PM, Thursday September 9th 2021

    I think your rotated and organic boxes page need a little bit of work, I would suggest practicing them on your own. However, everything else seems to be very good!

    Next Steps:

    I think you're ready to tackle to 250 box challenge, I think that would help with drawing your boxes in 3D space.

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