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I think it's cool that while the most noticeable self-shadowing is on the brick wall, the glass pane also becomes more realistic thanks to its self-reflection. Is self-shadowing determined by the texture of the surface? Is it part of the material itself (is glass inherently self-shadowing)? Or is it part of the shape of the object, such as a sort of displacement/bump shading?