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5:45 PM, Sunday July 3rd 2022
edited at 5:53 PM, Jul 3rd 2022

I think you did a great job on knowing how to do these exercises!

However, there are still some mistakes that can be improved:

  • Some of your lines are wobbly

    Make sure that you draw with confident, from your shoulder.

    It is fine that the lines are not very accurate. Accuracy will improve as you practice more.

  • Don't repeat lines

    If you undershoot a line or miss the dot you're aiming for, just leave it there.

    Don't repeat it or concatenate from the end.

And yes, you can move on to the 250 box challenge.

Next Steps:

Do the 250 box challenge.

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edited at 5:53 PM, Jul 3rd 2022
6:44 PM, Sunday July 3rd 2022

Honestly did not expected anyone to comment this fast anyway thanks i will move on to 250 boxes after a little break and i will keep in mind the little mistakes you mentioned.

Have a good day ,Sir or mada'm.

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2:48 PM, Monday July 4th 2022

I'd say you're ready for the 250 box challenge, I got confused by elipses outside of the planes but I found it excusable nothing practice can't fix. Good luck and have a great day

Next Steps:

Please do the 250 box challenge

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5:44 AM, Tuesday July 5th 2022

Thanks i will do the 250 box.

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