## 250 Box Challenge

##### 5:57 AM, Friday May 15th 2020

I struggled a lot from the start until the end of this challenge. I'm open to suggestions and critics.

Thanks in advance for anyone who takes the time and effort to return feedback from it.

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##### 9:46 AM, Friday May 15th 2020

Congratulations! Finishing this challenge is no easy feat.

You seem to have gotten a really strong grasp on perspective, and while some of your boxes, even nearing the end, do have clear divergences, a lot of them are also really well done. In addition, your linework throughout is very confident.

One way to improve your convergences is to analyze the angles the lines make as they converge towards the vanishing point, as explained in this diagram: https://i.imgur.com/8PqQLE0.png. Doing so can be very helpful in preventing divergences, and in having all the lines in your boxes converge more consistently.

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I didn't really have much to say. I believe this was really well done! Your next step should be lesson 2

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##### 8:22 PM, Thursday July 16th 2020

Thanks for the feedback!

I still find it very hard to do it all, linework, angles convergence, etc, so it's surprising you saying that. Nonetheless, I'll keep your advices in mind through the next lessons. Thank you again

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