In theory. ... But a secondary idea seems to be the more plausilbe. To gain something, you'd need more to equal a smaller value. ... But turn it around, and less is more. .3. .... That would be a great philosophy. Especially for alchemy.
But I'm sure Embrace of Time doesn't deal with Alchemy, and if it does... probably not much. Darn laws are too confusing and have a lot of loopholes...
That wasn't rude at all. It was an opinion. I personally like the modified version more as well. I'm assuming that they knew it would be modified when it was commissioned, hence the reason why there is so much empty space in the background, so yes, it does look unfinished. She never said that the original wasn't good, just that the modifications make it better.
Well I wouldn't be at all. I would love to know if someone thought my work looked unfinished. I could then either ask them what the thought it needed or simply look at it myself and try to make it look better. You can't grow as an artist if you're unopened to negative opinions.
Well my honest opinion is that if you're not mature enough to be able to take criticisms or comments that you don't agree with a grain of salt than you shouldn't be posting your art on the internet. We need to just agree that our opinions as to what an insulting comment is differs.
That was not a *critique. calling someone's hard work "unfinished" is just unkind and rude! think about what you say before you say something. How would you feel if someone said that to you..? I know I would be upset.