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11:29 PM, Sunday December 12th 2021

These are looking great, I'm glad you can shift your rates of foreshortening when you need too.

Also no worries, everyone misunderstands instructions from time to time. For clarity when creating your Y the rate of foreshortening doesn't really change until you add at least one more line and begin to set your vanishing points in stone.

Anyways, I have no problem moving you forward now. These boxes are looking great and you'll continue to improve and become more consistent as you build up mileage.

Keep practicing previous boxes and exercises as warm ups and good luck in lesson 2!

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Move on to lesson 2.

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5:20 PM, Monday December 13th 2021

Woot woot! Thank you!!!!

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Like the Staedtlers, these also come in a set of multiple weights - the ones we use are F. One useful thing in these sets however (if you can't find the pens individually) is that some of the sets come with a brush pen (the B size). These can be helpful in filling out big black areas.

Still, I'd recommend buying these in person if you can, at a proper art supply store. They'll generally let you buy them individually, and also test them out beforehand to weed out any duds.

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