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Mindworld is the previous version of O Mind, and it is the project that O Mind is rooted in. I began working on world-building for a story that revolves around a girl trapped in her own mind, who embarks on a journey of introspection to find her way out. While the overall concept remained the same for O Mind, Mindworld focused more on the mind as a consuming entity. The purpose of this project was to delve into a deeper relationship with my mind and perception.

One of the main goals was to use drawing as a thinking tool, resulting in journal-based conversational style artworks. These artworks created a fragmented narrative that served as a foundation for the animation.

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