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2:42 PM, Monday May 18th 2020

Thank you for the critique and the kind words.

Redoing lines is a bad habit of mine. I think it stems from me using pens that don't mark very well when I make quick lines (currently using sharpie ultra fines), ending marks short of the stopping point, or just missing entirely and wanting to have something to work off of (esp in the rotating box part). I'll definitely work on being more confident and accurate in my line marking.

I've linked the corrected homework below.

Thanks again for your input!

12:13 AM, Tuesday May 19th 2020

This is better than your initial one, good work. Just bear in mind that you can place multiple planning points in order to ensure that your lines are correct (parallel/perpendicular to the horizon line etc). I'll mark this as complete, good work.

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Move on to 250 boxes, good luck!

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