tessellation is a combination of repeated shapes that cover a surface
and have no gaps or overlaps when they are repeated. An example of
a tessellation is a checkerboard.
should see shadows in the intersections of the grid.
use their camouflage ability (blending into their surroundings) to
protect them from their predators.
makers can make characters appear to be in places that they really
aren't in, and be doing things that they are not doing. It could look
like a character was falling off a cliff, when really he/she is only
jumping off a small platform.
lit objects appear bigger than they really are because they reflect