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11:17 PM, Sunday December 25th 2022

The Planes are much better this time, though I would've recommended drawing smaller ones that gradually fill up the page to make sure you're doing more in repetition, but it isn't too important.

Your Superimposed lines still do fray away a little at the beginning, but I believe you get the gist. When you repeat this exercise inevitably when you reach across Lesson 2 (or even during the 250 Box Challenge) as a warmup, remember to take your time.

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11:10 PM, Tuesday December 27th 2022

I think you're confused, you're supposed to submit the challenge for homework seperately.

Also, it's only been two days since then, I would advise you to take your time with it. Normally the exercise takes around 30-45 days, or around 5-10 boxes each day.

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