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1:27 PM, Monday August 23rd 2021

Hello,

overall your work looks good, though in organic boxes you forgot to draw through your forms - this helps to understand 3D space better.

good luck in 250 boxes challenge, it gets boring after a while so do remember the 50% drawing is fun part from Lesson 0

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7:57 AM, Saturday August 28th 2021

Hello

Thank you for your insights, I completely lost sight of the 'have fun' rule for a while. But thanks to drawabox I have regained my motivation for drawing.

I'll do my best during the 250 boxes challenge, even if it might take a long time I don't plan on giving up.

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