It's the problem when you try to be creative and someone comes and tells you 'would have been better if the reflection was perfect' (evil husband of mine ). But I understand people tend to expect a clear reflection in these kinds of perspectives. My point was to break this rule and make people wonder 'why?'
There are always flaws in real creativity I think what makes us artists want to create is a part of us that needs to express us, exactly as we are. Every picture we take, every picture we draw, has a piece of us that is as true to us as our own DNA and expresses that in every detail. So of course if a picture is truly perfect, if a drawing is honest and true, it will have little flaws like that, because we have flaws like that-- and "flaw" in art is not synonymous with ugly or bad