I must disagree, (: Shadows here are just to bring unity and coherence for the eyes.. and the simplicity of the composition answers to a necessary variation in the series it belongs to: Relieves. I know that the tiny pictures can't show the real feeling of the succession (and colors don’t get even close to the real ones), but you can get an idea of what I'm talking about in that folder, by looking at all those different languages. Anyway, these pictures won't show the distance between the crosshatched lines, but the perception of the camera. So, lines are really thinner. Details, when drawing rocks usually mess around with the full image, making perspective fade. Or at least with my actual skill it works that way. Probably there are many prints that I could do better starting from today, but these are still the best that I have done this far.
I'm glad you enjoyed this one, which is my personal favorite. Thanks and Cya!
Oh. As I said, I'm not accustomed to this style, but thank you for the insight Though I wasn't really talking about details as in real details, I was thinking of a couple more lines here and there, but don't mind me, it's an amazing piece