## 250 Box Challenge

##### 5:40 AM, Tuesday July 12th 2022

I FINALLY FINISHED IT! I'm out of box hell, and it took me quite a while (around 2+ months i think).

I just finished my last set yesterday due to me getting busy for almost 2 weeks on important stuff. Anyways, i would love it if you guys could give me critique that i should implement moving forward in my journey! I would greatly appreciate it!

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##### 12:38 PM, Wednesday July 13th 2022

First of all congratulations on completing the challenge! I can see there is marked improvement between the first few boxes and the your 200+ boxes. Most of the lines are drawn confidently and seem to be converging.

One thing i think you struggled with is the back corner. The strategy i used was that after drawing the first Y i drew a reverse Y to signify the back corner. That way i was able to get the proportions correctly.

Anyway your boxes look really clean and you are ready to move forward.

Next Steps:

Move on to lesson 2

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##### 10:48 AM, Thursday July 14th 2022

Thanks for the critique, apprehensive! I will definitely try out your method for drawing the back Ys, and hopefully it can be helpful for me as well moving forward.

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