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anyone wanna count the windows !!!

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I give up, but by my estimation, you have around 1500 in this.

Amazing! I loved the way it fools the eye. Firstly it looks as if the bottom is a reflection, but after looking for a while "Oh, look, it's not!". After noticing those buildings upside down it gives a bit of a strange vertigo sensation.

This piece has a strange "faux-simmetry" (I just came up with the term). It looks roughly simmetrycal, but some details (some big and others small) reveal that not to be true.

Some deatils are quite interesting, such as the little people that seem to be falling down at the bottom.

beautifully done perspective study. I especially enjoy the lit windows. The style of windows however is a bit repetitive, which is fine, but it gives me a sense that this whole area was build around the same time rather then a slowly grown city, which is great if that's what you're going for, just something to think about.

Be careful with the people sizes though, if we use the bridges in the foreground as reference on how big the people should be, then the people on the bridges in the middle ground and back right side look to be giants as they are relatively the same size rather then shrinking as they recede into distance.

Lots of windows... well done!

6 stars for falling people

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