The density of the shadow changes greatly depending on the tilt of the sun. Likewise, the depth of perception changes depending on how you look at it. In this depiction, I had a hard time reproducing the contrast that I perceived for the first hour or so. Initially, the contrast between light and shadow was clear and strong. Then, if you look closely, you can see the light in the shadows. Then I adjust the drawn area with a kneading pad to match the feeling. And there are infinite contrasts lurking in the shadows or in the light, and by observing them carefully, they feel brighter and brighter. If you focus on it, the rest of the image will disappear. Observing and paying attention to the surroundings so that they don’t disappear means not being able to focus, which changes the expression itself. You need to have a completely different perspective depending on what you are drawing. This can be said not only in sketching, but also in imagination and in expression itself.