Image (Aligned Form Type)

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-Image: This category is meant to include relatively static, two-dimensional, possibly colored images, the sort of thing typically constructed in a painting. Indeed, some Aligned simply refer to this type of form as the painting form. Among the most common types of image utilized by the Aligned are very similar to those found in sanguiga. A sansuiga is a certain type of Nihonese landscape painting developed some centuries ago on Hanoma. A typical sansuiga consists of some arrangement of water, mountains, and sky, with a foreground of rocks or other natural terrain. Sansuiga forms are actuated by visualizing them, and one's facility at painting is relevant to the quality of the visualization.+Image: This category is meant to include relatively static, two-dimensional, possibly colored images, the sort of thing typically constructed in a painting. Indeed, some Aligned simply refer to this type of form as the painting form. Among the most common types of image utilized by the Aligned are very similar to those found in sanguiga. A sansuiga is a certain type of Kyotsugo landscape painting developed some centuries ago on Hanoma. A typical sansuiga consists of some arrangement of water, mountains, and sky, with a foreground of rocks or other natural terrain. Sansuiga forms are actuated by visualizing them, and one's facility at [[painting]] is relevant to the quality of the visualization.
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Image: This category is meant to include relatively static, two-dimensional, possibly colored images, the sort of thing typically constructed in a painting. Indeed, some Aligned simply refer to this type of form as the painting form. Among the most common types of image utilized by the Aligned are very similar to those found in sanguiga. A sansuiga is a certain type of Kyotsugo landscape painting developed some centuries ago on Hanoma. A typical sansuiga consists of some arrangement of water, mountains, and sky, with a foreground of rocks or other natural terrain. Sansuiga forms are actuated by visualizing them, and one's facility at painting is relevant to the quality of the visualization.

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