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2:44 PM, Saturday February 4th 2023

Thank you for the critique, do you have any tips for the rotated boxes? I’m having a difficult time trying to get certain perspectives that I want on the page.

9:50 PM, Monday February 6th 2023

Theres a link in the lesson that gives you a random y, which is how you should start your boxes. the rest you just fill in. I only recommend doing it a couple times instead of relying on it though. Other than that you just figure it out the more you do it. I would also recommend drawing different lengths on the first three legs of the "y".

heres the link for the random y generator

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