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8:33 PM, Thursday September 9th 2021

Yup, that's correct. Our goal first and foremost is to end up with solid, three dimensional forms. Sure, a line might be incorrect, and may not converge consistently with the others in its set - but that doesn't mean it's impossible for a form to exist like that. It simply means that the resulting form won't be a perfect, rectilinear box. It can still however be a solid, plausible, three dimensional structure, as long as we continue building upon it as though it is what we had intended to draw.

1:15 AM, Friday September 10th 2021

Cool, thanks! I will adjust my approach for the last 100 boxes.

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