In 2017-2018 I had a unique opportunity to work for a small stained glass service company in Seattle. It was challenging and certainly came with it's own wealth of hazards, but it offered some really singular views of Seattle's history, and a very niche craft. I never thought I would have done this kind of work, but I am thankful for the unique perspectives and the daily Seattle history tours from the company field Tech.
Recently I began seeing these amazing, dimensional animated drawings on social media. I came to find out about a fairly new app called Mental Canvas and after a bit of research and tutorial viewing, I knew I had to give it a try. This piece was not drawn with this in mind, but I used it as an experimental first go at the software. It adapted fairly well as I got to know the tools within the software, and I love seeing a simple drawing jump off of the page. I am excited to work in Mental Canvas and explore the space. You'll see the Mental Canvas logo in the corner of the video as I am using the free version of the software.
If you are an artist of some kind, I would suggest giving it a look and seeing if it is something that might light a little inspiration in you.
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