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This week i get reflective on feedback.
Having exposed my work and self to the world throughout the lock-down periods I have had my fair share of positive and negative encouragement and received many a question about how i handle criticism so I wanted to look into that a little more. I think it's good to have the occasional negative comment because it allows you to really balance your work outside of the echo chamber which can be your friends, family and people who already know your style.
This can be dangerous for your self esteem though so it's important to remember you don't know your audiences day. Someone might be hurting, might be out to create chaos and usually these people are the ones who bring you down.
In the same sense you should remember that often the audience doesn't actually know what it wants as a creator it's your job to tell them.
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