Box challenge construction question.
6:13 AM, Wednesday September 8th 2021
So I'm pretty sure this wasn't covered in the actual guidelines, I've double checked though maybe I missed it.
I'm 136 boxes into my 250 boxes (taking way longer than I expected!) and often I run into this situation when I put down a line and I've either miscalculated or my muscle accuracy isn't so great and I can see immediately that the line is wrong.
The point I'm not sure on though is, should I be constructing the box using the line I know to be incorrect to ensure all edges meet in corners or do I try to build the box using more correct lines meaning some edges do not meet the others at corners?
Is it more useful to commit to the mistake or try to make the rest of the box more correct?
Not sure if it even matters and my instinct is to go for the latter but I'm not sure if there is specific 'DAB' protocol for this situation and don't want to get to the end and find out I've been doing it wrong!