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11:32 PM, Tuesday May 30th 2023

Hey, thank you for the critique! Sorry I took a bit to get back with my revision, I hit a bit of art block and the such.

Regardless, here's my revised funnels. I watched back the funnels video and figured id focus on the first level (just alignment) then try to change the degree when I felt confident enough (some are still rly rough tho

I hope this is good enough, and thank you again!

2:16 PM, Wednesday May 31st 2023

Awesome! Good luck on the 250 box challenge. In case you don't already know, in the drawabox discord there is a channel called critique-exchange. I would go there, look at the pinned messages and get ready to submit the 250 box challenge. I only say this because I submitted my 250 box challenge here on the website and it still hasnt gotten critiqued. This way, you will be on a list to get your critique. Here is the link to the discord if you dont already have it -

Next Steps:

250 box challenge

This community member feels the lesson should be marked as complete, and 2 others agree. The student has earned their completion badge for this lesson and should feel confident in moving onto the next lesson.
11:48 PM, Wednesday May 31st 2023

i appreciate it! I am already in the discord but I'll make sure to use the critique exchange for my 250 boxes. Thanks again!

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