Drawabox started out as being completely text-only, which made things admittedly difficult to absorb, especially considering just how much information there is to share.. These days I try to convey what I can in video form alongside a much more detailed written lesson, but while the videos do cover the major points, I still strongly encourage you to go through both.
Not only is there information that will be better suited to either video or text format, but there's also only so much that can be compressed into a single video. Furthermore - and perhaps most importantly - you'll find yourself understanding the information better if you receive it in a number of different formats, and if you re-watch and reread them frequently.
This video is mostly going to explain the points I mention on the next pages of this lesson - they may seem like superfluous, unimportant points, but they are critical to understanding what Drawabox is for and how it's meant to be used to be most effective for you.
Watch the video and read through the text content before moving onto the lessons and exercises so you don't risk wasting your time later on.