## 250 Box Challenge

##### 4:33 PM, Wednesday September 16th 2020

Happy to hear your critique and tips ;)

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##### 12:12 AM, Thursday September 17th 2020

Congratulations on completing the 250 Box Challenge!

You did really well on the challenge overall. When I compare your early boxes with your last few sets I can see that your lines are straighter and more confident looking overall. Your boxes are drawn at a good size (they get really big at the end, wow) and you did your line extensions correctly as well. You also do a better job of getting your sets of parallel lines to converge more consistently towards their shared vanishing points!

Finally, while your convergences do improve overall I think this diagram will help you further develop that skill as you continue through Drawabox. So, when you are looking at your sets of lines you want to be focusing only on the lines that share a vanishing point. This does not include lines that share a corner or a plane, only lines that converge towards the same vanishing point. Now when you think of those lines, including those that have not been drawn, you can think about the angles from which they leave the vanishing point. Usually the middle lines have a small angle between them, and this angle will become negligible by the time they reach the box. This can serve as a useful hint.

Congrats again and good luck on lesson 2!

Next Steps:

Continue to lesson 2!

This critique marks this lesson as complete.
##### 1:48 PM, Thursday September 17th 2020

Alright, thanks a lot Scylla ;)

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