Many believe that criticism will help to do a better work. But there is one very important nuance: the work can be done better ALWAYS.
- At first, the schoolboy will come and say "faugh! What the crap...?"
- Then the sofa critic will come and say "legs of different lengths, neck is too short".
- Then the teacher will come to the rural art school and say "the thigh muscle of irregular shape".
- Then the teacher of the prestigious art university will come and say "in motion this muscle will perform one more tenth of a millimeter".
- Then the art historian will come and say "you are a good master, but your work lacks style / dynamics / work with textures".
- Then the world recognized genius will come and say...
And so on.
And they will all be right - each in his own stage. Any author can do any work better. This applies even to the classics - they are the same people, just popular.
But only the author himself can decide how much his work sh