Hey, there was this one thing I saw on a show...a race of aliens built a structure around their sun to absorb light from all sides. I think you should draw something like that, it seems that something like that would suit your style. The way it was in that show, they had connected large metal supports to several planets and made a web-like metal frame around a star over a very large distance.
Also, your style is very breath taking, you have a gift~
Thanks. It's not pumped from the sea, it's just normal rivers. If you saw only one river here you wouldn't find strange, would you? After all, islands do have rivers, it's a normal thing. So, why not a lot more than one?
Does the Nile drain away in minutes? It's there for thousands of years and it hasn't drained yet. Its flow is a gigantic 8 billion liters per year (if you're american, that's more than 2 billion gallons; that's around 3800 gallons every minute!). It's not the amount of rivers that's relevant, it's the volume of water. It doesn't matter if this volume is spread in 1000 rivers or concentrated in only one, that's just a matter of geography (flat land, mountain land, etc). So, if the Nile can exist, so can my little island. But anyway, I don't really care if it's physically possible or not, to be honest. Do you care if fairies exist? Or superheroes? Or gobblins? So, just condescend a bit here and let me imagine my 1000 rivers.
A lake at the top of the mountain would be an excellent idea indeed! Why didn't I think of that? Thanks, I might still work on it for a 2nd version!
P.S. I checked now, you're canadian. Your country changed to the metric system around 40 years ago or so. Just out of curiosity: does anyone, like old folks, still use miles and gallons and stuff like this, or did everyone already truly adopt it?