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5:30 AM, Tuesday April 28th 2020

This is pretty good, one thing I wanna note is that in your future warmups when you do boxes I'd recommend doing them much larger, and that in some boxes I am seeing some heavily straying convergence, but this is all normal > have this pic, it details the proper method we want our students to think about in their boxes, in that while we are conscious of vanishing points, we're more thinking about the angles of our lines and how they relate to one another.

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5:07 AM, Tuesday August 11th 2020

Thanks a lot for the feedback, really appreciate^^

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