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4:38 PM, Sunday January 21st 2024

Hi I am going to critique your work. What I notice first is that you appear to be drawing these boxes very small. Your convergencies are very good. I can see that occasionally you might draw a box where only one face is showing, for the challenge your are supposed to make sure you can at least see 3 faces, but its very rare and I think it's fine for now anyways. Everything else seems to be fairly good, you may move on to the next lesson!

Next Steps:

In the future practice making larger boxes, usually you should be able to fit about 6 on a page.

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12:11 PM, Monday January 22nd 2024
edited at 12:30 PM, Jan 22nd 2024

Thank you. After doing around 220 boxes with 3 faces, I wondered whether I'm supposed to do boxes with less faces or not. I thought I did good amount of normal boxes already so tried some of those.

edited at 12:30 PM, Jan 22nd 2024
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