Hello, fellow pigment slingers. I've been painting in acrylics for about four years now, and with every finished piece, I can see where I've improved. It's really interesting to watch as your work evolves over time, and quite addictive, as long as you don't tie your sense of self-worth in too much with the process. On to my issue, though. I was born with significant neurological vision impairment in my left eye, and this presents a slew of problems when it come to portraying depth and shading in any painting. I've used tricks and work-arounds, but my work still feels very "flat." Does anybody have any suggestions to remedy this, or should I just focus on making it part of my style?