[ #MadewithMischief #tfnews #Sketch ] London, June 2015 - Recognizing that artists and creative like to brainstorm visually, Mischief 2.1 ...
The addition of ‘Pins’ to Mischief 2.1 allows easy navigation of the infinite canvas, with the ability to drop pinpoints of interest on the canvas, creating an index of sketches and visualizations. Managed by a Pins panel, creatives can journey sequentially, jump around between pins, or zoom out at any time to see the full picture, transforming the canvas into an ideas map. The enhanced solution provides a fluid, compelling and creative way to look at art, concepts or stories.
Mike Miles, visual facilitator and founder of Visually Speaking, says: “Mischief is my go to tool for ideation and illustration, it’s just like a sketchbook or flipchart in an office but it helps to form ideas so people can visualise what is going on, and you can build on it and share it easily.
“One of the best things about Mischief is the infinite canvas, being able to go into the milky way of detail is fantastic. Compositionally, it helps a great deal. You can drop a pin over a certain area, go in close and zoom back out and see the image in its entirety. The Pins offer a really good way of navigating your thoughts and the freedom that it brings gives the user the ability to be more creative.”
Sarah Frisken, founder and chief scientist, Made with Mischief says: “Mischief, in essence, enables the free flow of ideas, and with Mischief 2.1 you can create a map of ideas and sketches on a canvas with no boundaries. Mischief 2.1 now offers infinite ways to ideate and create concepts, enhancing its appeal for storyboarding, brainstorming and anyone who wants to draw visual concepts.”
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