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10:53 PM, Saturday February 22nd 2020
edited at 10:58 PM, Feb 22nd 2020

Boxes looking clean, confident, and accurate. You did leave a few incomplete though. I'm no pro and you did way better than me, but I'd say you're safe to move on after you finish the two prior exercises. The only criticism I would give is not to go over a line again, which I noticed you did if you didn't hit the mark quite right on some. I believe once you attempt a line, that's it, move onto the next point whether the previous line did the job or not. Great work!

edited at 10:58 PM, Feb 22nd 2020
4:27 AM, Sunday February 23rd 2020

Thanks a lot for taking your time to critique the exercise.

1:51 AM, Tuesday February 25th 2020

You're welcome. :)

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