First of all thanks for stating that fact. I really did not think of the physics in realistic terms. On the one hand I can just admit that I have been blind to the error and will certainly try to remember your input from now on and think movement through more before finishing a piece. The clouds would have to move too I guess.
On the other hand I hope that people are still willing to endure somewhat of an artistic abstraction, maybe even enjoy it in these times of hyper realism, by utilizing their willing suspension of disbelief.
I am not trying to discuss that technically you are 100% right. I am just trying to put another perspective on the table on how to view these "errors". Furthermore I think every game engine with particle tools integrated could do a better job in regards to physics than I could do manually. Just a guess or maybe I am just lazy (let's hope not).
Maybe you get what I mean :) Thanks again!
Nice environment but why are the trees moving? The rain falling straight indicates no wind to me.