Lame or acceptable?
So I've just completed my 1st swirl which has taken up an inordinate chunk of my life. I'm pleased overall, however there are a few spots which would benefit from some touch-ups. I'm busting out the brushes and whatnot, but I feel like it's semi-lame to be touching up a swirl job like this.
Any other swirlers do spot repairs like this? Am I just being a douchebag purist or does this practice anger the swirling gods? I do wish I didn't need to but it needs it before I do the clear.
Anyhoo, I'm rambling. Free thread!