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Cast shadows added, violet accents and shadows everywhere, and more modeling on the shadowed cat. I'm loving how this is turning out. In adjusting the scan it's actually a little more toward true ultramarine in that middle blue, not the bright BLue Screen of Death color.

Here's a grayscale I made to look at the values.



I'm thinking this is enough value difference for the distant background and that in the foreground trees I'll give them darker darks, plus maybe darken the foreground cast shadows some. But they are distinct, I was right that the violet is one value step darker than the Ultramarine. It surprised me that the turquoise wasn't since it looked so much lighter.
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