j5 wrote:1. Who would take that chance?
2. It has never mattered before.
Ramy could, with likely very few consequences. He could submit just about anything and it'd pop right up.
It's more of a "respect the customers" and "grow as an artist" thing.
I was drawing a lot of custom tattoo art for a while, and I noticed problem areas. So, too, did my friends and clients. Rather than saying, "eh, it's fine because I must have done it right the first way and my customers are making illegitimate complaints," I fixed the problems.
I don't see the problem with fixing an egregious error that's bothering potential customers. Is it bad to, acknowledge, and *gasp* accept helpful criticism, particularly when everyone has made it abundantly clear EXACTLY WHAT THE PROBLEM IS?