Humongous printed Mandalagaba mandalas!

A very cool and insightful person by the name of Amy Walker made some awesome mandalas with Mandalagaba and printed them out on huge sheets of papers for people to colorfy them!

This happened during the annual Renfrew Ravine Moon Festival (http://stillmoon.org/) last week-end.

 Yup. That’s one of our mandalas. Couldn’t find the original in our daily digests.

Yup. That’s one of our mandalas. Couldn’t find the original in our daily digests.

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 Bird mandala!

Bird mandala!

 Paintified bird mandala

Paintified bird mandala

 Flourescent Bird Mandala

Flourescent Bird Mandala

Coloring our mandalas is something we are working on. We are going to let users decide whether they let other users color the mandalas they create on the platform. This concept will make much more sense when we will be adding user accounts and user galleries.

Another really cool aspect of this initiative is the collaboration side of it. Mandalagaba is built on a hefty network engine allowing collaborations between users, but for various reasons, most of whom are related to us not communicating enough about it, this features is unknown or misunderstood by 90% of our users.

Multiple facets of Mandalagaba either need to go through some fine-tuning or some simplifications to make our network engine more user friendly, and that is also something we are working.

In any case, we really appreciate that Amy did the Renfrew Ravine Moon Festival.

More about Amy Walker and her Make Mobile workshops can be found on the Make Mobile website. Check it out at http://www.makemobile.ca !