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1:39 PM, Friday October 22nd 2021

Hi! Glad to be of help. It makes sense why you did the things you did, and yeah, I think that the instruction for the boxes to be in 3 point perspective is not present anywhere (maybe is in the video, I can't remember), but it's practically intuitive, as we put emphasis on the three set of lines converging. In regards to the video, great, if it works for you, then go ahead. I'll be waiting for the extra boxes!

11:46 AM, Friday October 29th 2021

Hello once again!

Overall I've found it way easier after applying the main points we discussed above.

There we go, 60 extra:

1:12 PM, Friday October 29th 2021

Hi Puffer! Great job, they look a lot better now on every account. With that, I'll mark the lesson as complete. Feel free to move on to Lesson 2, and don't forget, 50/50 rule and incorporate your boxes into your warm up routine. Good luck!

Next Steps:

  • Feel free to move on to Lesson 2

  • Don't forget to keep applying the 50/50 rule.

  • Incorporate the boxes into your warmup routine.

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