A thing I’m learning about art is that it doesn’t matter if a bunch of the details of your piece are kind of broken or don’t make sense as long as the overall effect you wanted was achieved. Sometimes you can look at a totally broken thing and still instantly understand what it’s supposed to be anyway.

I’ve started zooming in on all kinds of art lately and it’s like looking behind a curtain. Everybody’s shit is broken, y’all

@coda I realized this same thing a year or so ago. I was worried about whether or not I did my title screen well enough that I was overlooking the fact it was missing things that could represent what was inside the game. Content is more important than technique.

@wolfcoder “content is more important than technique” is excellent wisdom

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