Pictograph (5e Spell)
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|2nd-level transmutation (ritual)|
|Casting time:||1 action|
|Components:||S, M (a sheet of parchment and 10 gp worth of cut crystals, all of which are consumed by the spell)|
You transmute a sheet of parchment you hold to flawlessly portray a flat depiction of what you see when you cast the spell. Even if the sheet is larger, the depiction you produce can be no more than 1 foot by 1 foot, and captures only what you saw. The altered parchment—or "pictograph"—records any illusions you saw, and reproduces facets such as colors and brightness as you saw them.
The sheet is not dyed and it is not an illusion. Rather, the sheet is physically changed until an effect would dispel this spell. The transmuted sheet appears indistinguishable from a very true-to-life painting.