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4:12 PM, Thursday March 28th 2024

Hey KANGAROO. I honestly didn't see any major problems in your lesson 1, I just want to give you some tips in case you do some exercises again.

In rotated boxes, you could position the 4 corner squares at the same distance from each other, so the shape of the boxes would be more circular. In the organic perspective you could add line weight in overlapping regions.

You did well. You can continue to the next lessons, but it is extremely necessary that you do the 250 boxes challenge first.

Don't forget to do some exercises from this lesson as a warm-up before drawing.

Next Steps:

Your next step is the 250 Boxes Challenge. Good luck:)

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4:33 PM, Thursday March 28th 2024

Thanks!

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