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10:48 PM, Tuesday November 29th 2022

Ah, I didn't have the ghosted planes exercise up when I got to the elipses and realized I missed one page and drew one real quick, that's on me, here's another, thanks for the critique!

8:19 AM, Thursday December 1st 2022

Hey! Yeah that looks good! Definitely work those angles ^-^ I would advice you to include one of the Lines Assignment into your warm-up, since your lines still seem a bit wobbly and unsure, though you did improve already!

Remember that we're aiming for confidence over accuracy! Even though it's preferable not to, it's okay to miss some points as long as you have a strong and confident line.

Keep that in mind in future assignment and warm-ups!

Good luck and lots of patience in the 250 Box Challenge!

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