this piece had unfinished feeling in it but it holds a masterpiece potential in it and I like it more than some featured pieces. if you're up to finish it someday I suggest 2 things: 1. Leave it for month or more so you can see flaws and refine what needs fixing 2. Try actually removing some parts. I believe less=more might work in this case.
Ok maybe you're right and my sense of beauty is not exactly in perfect sync with common sense but I do believe it was on it's way to greatness. When I'm saying "masterpiece" I don't really mean like equal to Dali or something but ... oh well, no point in further discussion about this one. I disagree with half featured pieces in s3's current exhibition so I guess problem is in me. Forget I ever said anything about this piece.
I'm like never right, haha. I'm always suprised when people like my work, that's just me. I will definitely continue and it's your good right to be unsure about the feature choices as well. And to give you a heads up, you're not the only person to have such thoughts, they are correct and justified. You're giving me very useful advice and tips since a long time now. I'm always thankful when you're voicing your opinion and share your insights.
Don't back down from your own thoughts, you're the last person I expect to do that.