250 Box Challenge

12:06 PM, Friday June 17th 2022

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So..... I did this behemoth of a challenge and now I gotta buy a new liner. LOL

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5:41 PM, Wednesday June 22nd 2022
edited at 5:43 PM, Jun 22nd 2022

As explained on discord the lines that are supposed to converge only partially do so. Instead of all four lines of a set of parallel lines/edges, at best two converge to the same vanishing point in most of your boxes. Maybe take another look at the exercise description (or use the text to voice function at the top of the page to have it read to you) and consider the things I pointed out regarding which lines are supposed to converge. Try doing thirty or so more with that knowledge and then we can check again for improvement.

Next Steps:

I went into detail in our discord chat regarding what to consider already, but taking another look at what is described in the exercise pager or comfy‘s YouTube video on the matter also can‘t hurt.

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edited at 5:43 PM, Jun 22nd 2022
3:01 PM, Tuesday August 16th 2022
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8:58 PM, Sunday February 12th 2023

Hey there, sorry for taking so long to reply again. You seem like you are getting there, allthough the last corner (the one that would normally be hidden from view) is often still a bit problematic. Nonetheless I have marked the lesson as complete in case nobody else has done that yet (i sure hope somebody else did D:).

Next Steps:

Keep praticing your boxes from time to time. They are pretty important to construct almost anything as well.

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