More on mountain practice

Fooled around with this some more. I’m getting to the point where I’m starting to overwork it.

Ha ha, I just noticed that I have a paradox in the light source and shadows. Can you spot it?

4 thoughts on “More on mountain practice

  1. Yep. The light source seems to be behind the tallest mountain which paradoxically seems to be in the shade – right? It looks lovely, regardless. Says its not set on our Earth, if you want. That way it can ignore our rules about lighting. Yay, artistic license.


    1. No, no, the paradox is that the mountain blocking the light source does not have a shadow that falls in the same direction as the other shadows. The more you stare at it, the weirder it looks.


  2. Aha… *stares for a while*

    *is hung up on the possible hidden image of a giant animal lying on its back*

    Uhm. All I can think of is how oddly comical it would be, for someone to be skiing down that mountain…and then the critter sneezes… And next to that kind of imagined weirdness, the misdirected shadow doesn’t actually seem very weird at all.

    *hangs head in shame*Apologies. I’m not very good at being a serious artist, I guess.


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