David DeSandro's new JavaScript library Zdog:

Round, flat, designer-friendly pseudo-3D engine for canvas & SVG

It's made a massive impression upon people! My bet is because the API is so attractive. It turns these incredible illustrations from I could never pull off something like that into oh! I get it!.

Just look at the Hello World example of using it:

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Zdog - hello world canvas
by Dave DeSandro (@desandro)
on CodePen.

Manipulating those numbers and adding new shapes is almost as easy as fiddling with CSS.

ChenXin_nth built a flamingo as designed by Hedorah, incorporating a bit of GSAP:

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Flamingo (ZDog + GSAP)
by ChenXin_nth (@chenxinnn)
on CodePen.

Jack Rugile built an incredible space scene with a swirling neon planet:

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Zdog Space Scene
by Jack Rugile (@jackrugile)
on CodePen.

Christina Gordon went all Doctor Who:

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Zdog Tardis
by Christina Gorton (@cgorton)
on CodePen.

Sellooh made a ninja:

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DLive
by Sellooh (@marcelohenrique180)
on CodePen.

Adam Kuhn brought the Studio Ghibli vibe:

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ZDog Totoro
by Adam Kuhn (@cobra_winfrey)
on CodePen.

Jhey got all scientific:

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Zdog DNA Helix 🐶
by Jhey (@jh3y)
on CodePen.

ZIM brings UI controls to canvas-based tools, and here they are demonstrating how that can work with Zdog:

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Using Zdog with ZIM Components and Controls on Canvas
by ZIM (@zimjs)
on CodePen.

Gary O brings the YAYYYYY:

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Pixel
by Gary O (@gloriousruler)
on CodePen.

Lim Chee Aun wakes us up:

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Zdog Coffee Cup
by Lim Chee Aun (@cheeaun)
on CodePen.

Andy gets fancy with drawing shapes like hearts and stars!

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Zdog Like <3
by Andy (@kotAndy)
on CodePen.

Bob Main builds entire planets!

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Habitable Planet Generator with zDog
by Bob Main (@robbobfrh84)
on CodePen.