It has to be drawn well enough, not perfectly.
No one goes to a rock concert because the band is in tune. They have to be close enough to not be distracting, but being in tune isn’t the point.
No one buys a house because every floorboard is hammered in at the six sigma level of perfection. They have to be good enough, and better than good enough is just fine, but perfect isn’t something that’s going to overwhelm location, beauty, peace of mind and price.
As creators, our pursuit of perfection might be misguided, particularly if it comes at the expense of the things that matter.
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