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10:08 PM, Wednesday April 1st 2020

Looks good, especially the rotated box exercise. I'd recommend using much smaller dots for the planned corners/lines; that way they "disappear" when you draw the actual line. Also, with super imposed lines, you should have no fraying on the start point, and only fraying as you move from there (I missed this as well the first time so did the exercise twice).

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I believe the 250 box challenge will give plenty of room to apply my feedback, and it seems to be the next logical step in the program.

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7:44 AM, Tuesday March 31st 2020

Your planes and elipsis are ok, sometimes they go out of the plane. your rotated box is good and your organic boxes are good too even if they are some times messy.

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4:34 PM, Monday May 18th 2020

Hi, S4shre. I'm checking old incomplete submissions and I stumbled upon yours. You submitted this lesson a long time ago, but sadly that's the problem with a system powered by volunteers only!

I will agree with existing reviews to mark your lesson as complete, so you will actually get the badge and confirmation, because I saw your pages and I feel like you completed this lesson very well.

Just a couple of suggestions: try to make clear photos, it is really difficult to make out details if your pics are blurred out. My advice would be to take the photos outside, or use a scanner with a "photo" setting (not "drawing", because it screws up the contrast).

You did a really great job, your next step would be the 250 box challenge if you haven't start already. Good luck!

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250 box challenge

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