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Everything you create contributes to your experience pool, and the greater that pool, the better you'll be. Afraid of finishing something in case you spoil it? Finish anyway. Doesn't matter if you don't like it at the end; you got practice and experience and your next creation will be better. Every mistake is a lesson, every 'failed' piece an exercise in building knowledge and honing skill. Plus, often, the things you don't like will be adored by someone else. We don't all have the same taste <3

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@Curator So true! I also try not to work too long on a piece, but rather create another one, that's mostly better than the one before anyway. (Still sometimes hard to get rid of the perfectionist that wants to continue working on the old one and fix all the mistakes, haha).

@Curator Too right!
It's only a mistake if you don't learn from it.

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