##### 7:48 AM, Sunday May 24th 2020

Thank you very much for the thorough critique! I appreciate it a lot. I won't redo lines in future homework/exercises; thanks for letting me know. I'm also still getting used to moving my shoulder to draw so I will work on that too.

I did 2 more cells of rough perspective and didn't redo or white out any lines this time: https://imgur.com/0PQZEz9 (There are a few smudges from my ruler though.)

##### 12:55 AM, Wednesday May 27th 2020

Sorry for the late response, didn't check my notifications.

Anyways, this is good! Bear this concept of putting down each line intentionally, and I think you'll do well. Just a quick note that you can place down as many planning points as you need when drawing boxes for any reason in the future. This will be relevant in the 250 box challenge. I'll mark this lesson as complete.

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Move on to 250 boxes, good luck!

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