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3:55 AM, Friday September 25th 2020

Thanks so much!!! i'll try to use some real life pictures if i can from now on, If its okay, could i do the texture challenge and the treasure chest challenge before the wheel one?

4:04 AM, Friday September 25th 2020

Yup, you're fine to try out those challenges beforehand, as you've met all of their prerequisites.

7:20 PM, Tuesday October 13th 2020

I've pretty much finished my texture challenge, would it be okay to send it in later today? im not sure if the 14(?) day break in between lessons counts when i submitted my first homework or my revisions.

& for the treasure chest challenge i heard someone doing it after lesson 7, would it be more recommended to do it before or after lesson 7 or does it not matter?

9:21 PM, Tuesday October 13th 2020

So as long as the system allows it, it's okay. And while I've been meaning to change it so the system counts the 14 days starting from your last revisions (and I'll eventually get off my ass and actually do that), I have yet to do so.

All that's kind of moot though - I checked and even your last revision was more than two weeks ago, so there shouldn't be anything stopping you (assuming you've got the credits to make the submission).

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