Originally posted by stevo351
ok, who ever thinks this is a 'shadow' is obviously a complete ignorant moron.
Redundancy is a sign of ignorance.
a shadow has to be ON something. the image is created by light not hitting a WALL or the GROUND, and THATS where the shadow will be, not
FLOATING towards a door, in mid air.
What door is it walking to? The one you can't even see? Well it seems you aren't very observant. The shadow is on the far wall, going across the
its an opaque shadow too; which for those illiterate morons, means you can still see through it - its very faint.
/oʊˈpeɪk/ Show Spelled [oh-peyk] Show IPA adjective, noun, verb, o⋅paqued, o⋅paqu⋅ing.
Use opaque in a Sentence
1.not transparent or translucent; impenetrable to light; not allowing light to pass through.
2.not transmitting radiation, sound, heat, etc.
3.not shining or bright; dark; dull.
4.hard to understand; not clear or lucid; obscure: The problem remains opaque despite explanations.
5.dull, stupid, or unintelligent.
6.something that is opaque.
7.Photography. a coloring matter, usually black or red, used to render part of a negative opaque.
–verb (used with object)
8.Photography. to cover up blemishes on (a negative), esp. for making a printing plate.
9.to cause to become opaque.
Just stop insulting people, it's really quite ridiculous.
last time i checked, with a light source as hard as the sun, when you put something in front of it, it makes a pretty contrasted shadow.
sure if you put a clearer bit of paper paper in front of it you could get that effect but that shadow was WALKING like a human; PEOPLE ARE MADE OF
SKIN, not clear paper.
Right, they are made of skin, bone and muscle, and will completely block all light passing by it; especially when they are very close to the light
source. That would be why there's an extremely defined abdomen and up, but the legs are just blob-reflections of the abdomen.