The Evolution of sweet background
This image shows an area of an image that isn’t completely obvious. You get a sense of what the background is really like from the image itself, but this is another way to get a closer look at it.
You can see the image’s background is really blue, but the blue is actually a gradient. You can see the “background” is sort of a blend of blue and white, and the closer you look at the image, the more white there is.
As you look closer, you can see the blue is actually a gradient, and the closer you get to the bottom of the image, the more the background is the same color. The white is sort of a “glow” that is glowing through the blue. Also, the glow is what gives the image a sort of sickly glow to it.
As you can see, the background image itself is really blue, but the background is actually a gradient rather than a solid color. The closer you look at the image, the more white there is. The same thing applies to the foreground image, as it is a gradient, but more white there. The foreground image is also a gradient, but again, there is more white there.
This is a wonderful thing. This is what we humans call an “appearance”. It is a picture of our actual appearance, what we are actually like. While this is very important, most of our appearances are based on the “average” human, such as our forehead, jawline, eyebrows, nose, and so on. In Deathloop we are actually seeing the difference between the average human and us. We are seeing ourselves. It is a very beautiful thing.
The beauty of appearance is that it is the most common of our mental functions. It is the most basic form of cognition. The human mind is like a vast, interconnected web of neurons, allowing us to “see” and “hear,” and “touch” and “feel.” The visual appearance of the average human is a picture of the average human. The appearance of the average human is also a picture of the average human.
We do not have a visual appearance; we have a visual mind. We see ourselves in the colors and shapes that our brain creates in response to our experiences. For example, if I see a large, tall, and hairy individual I have never seen before, I will think, “This is definitely a human.” It is, in fact, a very similar species to me.
What this means for you is that your brain will see a picture of the average human in front of you even if that picture is not of you. It is only the visual mind that sees the average human in real life, and it recognizes our own physical characteristics but it doesn’t see the physical characteristics of other humans. This is why you can have the exact same appearance as another person just by changing your brain to look at another person’s brain, and your appearance will change.
This is the reason that people can see the exact same picture of another person or even the exact same picture of the same person if you remove the physical characteristics of the person and replace them with something else.
The most natural way to tell if something is a human is to see if it has the same brain. But, in reality our brains are not as “familiar” as we may think they are.