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2:41 PM, Monday March 21st 2022

Congratulations on completing the challenge.

I see that through your sheets, the boxes are getting better and better and an effort is noticeable.

It looks like you applied line weight to the boxes and crosshatching and did very well.

Of course, we can always find things to rectify.

Crosshatching is very good to understand the orientation of your boxes.

Still I see that your crosshatching lines are a bit wobbly, do them with the ghosting method and remember, confidence before precision.

It's ok if you go off the edge a bit as long as you trace with confidence.

Also I see that in some boxes, the lines of the boxes stop converging to their respective axis and become parallel.

In this challenge (and in most practices) the lines should converge towards their axis (or vanishing point) noticeably.

You can see what I mean on the last sheet of your homework.

Next Steps:

You seem to have grasped what is necessary for the challenge.

And as long as you remember to make the lines of your boxes converge a bit more to their vanishing point you'll be fine.

Move on to the next lesson!

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12:41 PM, Saturday March 26th 2022

Thank you for your reply! I appreciate it a lot, and I definitely see what you mean about my lines not converging. I'll keep that in mind :DD

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