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2:15 AM, Thursday January 28th 2021

Hi ! Congratulations on finishing the 250 box challenge !!

You seem to have figured out most of the lessons's requirements from the get go. Your lines also look confident and the hatching seems precise.

By your final pages, most of your boxes convergences look very good. Even so, there are still some cases were they might be slightly off. Always keep in mind that lines which are close together usually run mostly parallel to one another (Unless the V.P. is very near).

I also suggest you take a look at these two resources:

They both present a different persective on how to visualize and compare the angles from the lines in your boxes. You may find this approach useful to fix those few cases where your lines are off.

Overall you did a fantastic job ! I think your are definetively ready to tackle lesson 2. Just keep in mind the previous considerations when drawing your next boxes.

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Lesson 2

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6:54 PM, Wednesday February 17th 2021

Hello ! Thanks a lot for the reply,

I'll keep that in mind in the future :)

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