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Canvas 15 - 2018/08/11 ... 2018/09/08

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Canvas 15 was originally announced on 2018/08/06 as being 829x1500 pixels, leading to many to claim areas based on a pure rectangle of these dimensions.
However, on 2018/08/10, more details were released: "915,459 pixels, all straight edges, all right angles, it's mostly rectangular". Given that 829x1500 pixels yields 1,243,500 pixels, this means that the canvas is likely to be a shape with coordinates on which pixels cannot be placed, like the donut shape of Canvas 4, or the fox shape of Canvas 8.
At its launch it was revealed the the canvas depicted a smartphone in portrait orientation, with its bezels and UI elements not available for placing, forcing all art to effectively be built on its screen as part of a painting interface - the first canvas to have that mechanic (previous canvases relied on unplaceable pixels being transparent).

Canvas states

Initial canvas state


Canvas 15 initial state

Final canvas state


Canvas 15 final state

Timelapses

Timelapses generated from snapshots.
Timelapse, 1 frame every 5 minutes:
Direct links:
webm/vp9/YUV444p [22.1MB] (great quality, limited compatibility)
mp4/h.264/YUV420p [24.6MB] (best compatibility)
Animated GIF [13.5MB] (best quality, no playback controls)
vimeo.com/pxlsfiddle/canvas15 (hosted at Vimeo)

Analyses

Click canvas images to toggle between analysis and final image.
Palette (24):
pxls.space palette introduced in Canvas 12
Canvas dimensions: 829x1500
Further analyses pending...