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250 Box Challnege - upload ALL 45 pages?

2:06 AM, Sunday November 14th 2021

Hi all,

I've been working on the 250 Box Challenge ever since I finished Lesson 1 in September. I'm up to 107 boxes and not giving up! I will be a Patreon supporter so I can get official critique. By the time I'm done with the Challenge, I'll have approximately 45 pages of boxes to photograph and upload. My question is, do I really have to upload ALL my pages? Can't I upload the first few pages and the last 10 pages or something? It just seems like a ton of pages to upload. Thank you for your help!

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5:15 AM, Sunday November 14th 2021

If you're submitting for official critique you should upload all of them. 45 pages is a normal amount if you're doing the recommended number of boxes per page.

1:38 PM, Sunday November 14th 2021

ok, thanks!

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