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6:33 AM, Saturday May 20th 2023
edited at 5:39 AM, May 21st 2023

Thank you so much for the critique! I've attached one page of funnells for review below:


I've been having a bit of a hard time using my elbow to draw the ellipses within confined spaces. I have been practicing on it, hopefully it's more stable compared to my first one. As for the ellipses, I have drawn through them, I don't know if its not clearly visible.

As for the boxes - thank you for the critique. I'm still trying to get the hang of trying to rotate the boxes in different angles. I'll definitely work on that.

Thank you so much for taking the time! So excited to move on to the next stage :)

edited at 5:39 AM, May 21st 2023
5:39 PM, Monday May 22nd 2023

You're welcome! I have reviewed the page of funnels. You are good to move on to the 250 box challenge if you haven't already.

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250 box challenge

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5:39 AM, Tuesday May 23rd 2023

Thank you! Already started on a few pages, so excited to proceed!!

Do I need 2 agreements before submitting the 250 challenge?

5:34 PM, Tuesday May 23rd 2023

I think people need to agree with me if you want the next level. If that's what you mean... Other than that you are good to submit when you get it done. One thing I would consider though is getting on the discord server and submitting the box challenge through critique-exchange channel. I only say this cause I submitted mine through the website and it still hasn't gotten critiqued. You can see the instructions under pinned messages. Here is the link if you haven't already joined -

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