250 Box Challenge

1:51 PM, Thursday July 2nd 2020

250 box challenge - Google Drive

250 box challenge - Google Drive: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1cYj8BfqWkFpCkgEvHvjQbLCYcLrVPUC2?usp=sharing

I literally can't believe I did that hahaha. The 50% rule deserves almost all the credit for I being able to do this.

So, doing this challenge was really difficult for me, especially on the first pages, where I tried as hard as possible to draw with my shoulder, but I think the lines I made aren't satisfactory (the lines I made with the ruler kind of disguise it , but I think it's something that should be taken into account).

Also, in the first boxes, I was really confused by the construction of the boxes and the vanishing points, which is why there are so many boxes that I couldn't finish and also mistakes in the extension lines.

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