Perfect only exists as a concept.
The moment conceptual perfect is manifested, it’s eroded by the fabric of reality.
And so a mistake is to apply the parameters of conceptual perfect to define finished.
A more liberating approach is to assess unexpected quirks and accidents in your work to see how it can serve your message.
And if it happens to serve your message well, then there need be no reason to continue clinging onto conceptual perfect.
It already is.