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November 06, 2022



I think constructive criticism aids the creative process. It may be unpleasant to hear, but if it comes from someone who truly has your best interest at heart it’s good to hear them out, listen to there concerns, etc.
But as a creator you get to gather all that data and have the final say. The final decision is yours to make, like you did on Spider-Man 3. It’s been said that the truth hurts and the truth will set you free, those things can be, but are often not mutually exclusive.
Keep blogging - proud of you.

Jay K.

Interesting take on criticism. I've often thought criticism is not constructive in any form. Some people even go so far that unsolicited advice is criticism. Maybe for some it feels that way.

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