Canva : online design platform https://www.canva.com Canva : online design platform
Right from the start, our vision at Canva has been to allow everyone to take their idea and turn it into a beautiful design.
The Canva journey began back in 2007, while Melanie Perkins was studying at the University of Western Australia. Melanie was teaching students how to use programs like InDesign and Photoshop ó programs that people found hard to learn, and harder to use.
After tossing around the idea for Fusion Books with co-founder Cliff Obrecht, the pair decided to take out a loan and bring in a great tech team to build their online tool for creating school yearbooks. They didnít really know what they were in for but thankfully they learned a lot in those early days; how to sell, how to recruit great people, and how to build a business.
Pass The Flipbook [collaborative drawing] http://www.joshwedlake.com/flipbook/menu.php An Online Pass-The-Flipbook Game for Animators.
Idle Doodling. Draw animations frame by frame. When you're done pass the flipbook along.
You can remix other submitted animations by continuing the flipbook where they left off.
#collabration #collaborative #drawing
Myoats http://www.myoats.com Myoats is a community where people create designs using an online drawing application. These designs can be rated, downloaded, and archived.
The Most Liked designs are rewarded by being featured on the home page.
DoodleToo : Collaborative Online Drawing http://www.doodletoo.com/ DoodleToo
Doodletoo.com is an online drawing tool and chat room in one. Enter one of our rooms and draw your messages, ideas, moods, express yourself or post pictures to share with others! Everyone sees your pen and can join you, help you, challenge you or maybe become your friend. The whole world can now see your paintings as they are being created.
Studio-Sketchpad : Processing on Etherpad http://sketchpad.cc/ Studio-Sketchpad : Processing on Etherpad
Sketchpad is powered by Etherpad, a text editor that lets you sketch together in "really real-time"
Studio SketchPad was named after the two web technologies on which the application is built: the Sketch from Processing and the Pad from EtherPad. (The Studio metaphor used throughout the site was inspired by the writings of John Seely Brown, which Iíll save for another post.) EtherPad is used as a lightweight development environment for authoring (or co-authoring) small visual programs written in the Processing language.
Unless otherwise specified by the author(s), works built on Sketchpad are distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported license.
Multiuser Sketchpad http://mrdoob.com/projects/multiuserpad/ Multiuser Sketchpad
The idea is simple. A sketchpad where everyone can draw at the same time.
The result is something much more interesting than expected.
Livebrush http://livebrush.com/ Livebrush is a drawing application.
It employs an easy-to-use brush tool that reacts to your gesture. By combining simple motion controls with brush styles, Livebrush offers a fun and unique way to create graphics.
Slimber http://slimber.com/ Slimber.com is an online drawing application. It allows users to draw online, replay and save their drawings.
Users can rate, comment and share drawings. The Most Rated drawings are rewarded by being featured on the home page.
ThinkDraw ... free online tool http://www.thinkdraw.com/ ThinkDraw ... Drag any shape onto the center canvas to start creating your picture:
Slimber.com http://www.slimber.com Slimber is an online flash drawing application. Here people draw pictures using an online drawing application.
These pictures can be rated, downloaded, and shared. The Most Rated pictures are rewarded by being featured on the home page.
Cacoo https://cacoo.com/ Cacoo is a user friendly online drawing tool that allows you to create a variety of diagrams such as site maps, wire frames, UML and network charts.
Cacoo can be used free of charge.
Free drawing lessons http://freedrawinglesson.blogspot.com Free drawing lesson demo videos for everybody around the world to understand and learn a simple methods to draw and sketch using imaginary box.
I published this blog is just to share my knowledge on this technique.
Queeky http://www.queeky.com/ Queeky is an online drawing community with unique drawing tools and creative users from all around the world.
The new Configurator makes it easy to generate HTML code to use on your weblogs and websites.
Create your own MultiDraw-Room and open it for friends only, protect it by password or create a public room. By creating a room you become the operator and you may save the drawing to the gallery, delete or clear the drawing.
Grab a free account to get full MulltiDraw functionality.
QueekyPaint is a powerful Flash drawing application. The drawing tools are easy to use and provide some special features like a drawing-timeline, switching from vector- to pixel-rendering or the replay-function.
Drawings made with Queeky are vector based and can be scaled arbitrary.
RateMyDrawings http://www.ratemydrawings.com/ RateMyDrawings is making online art more social. The community at RateMyDrawings are using online tools to make art more collaborative through the real-time DrawChat and also by allowing artists to exchange files to collaborate. "On the surface, RateMyDrawings seems like a lot of other sites that look to provide artists with a way to show off their work. However, with one really cool and unique feature, the site gives users a reason to stick around, and creates a serious differentiator versus the competition.
The feature is called DrawChat, and it lets users collaborate on drawings, which can then be published to the site. As the name suggests, it includes both a blank canvas where users can draw with Photoshop-like tools, and a chat room where they can discuss the creation."See Mashable Review
RateMyDrawings is an online drawing community that allows artists and illustrators to draw online. Users submit drawings by using our Flash based drawing software tool, and people rate drawings a score from 1 to 10
Bomomo http://bomomo.com/ Bomomo ... just brilliant fun for students of all ages ... but in particular the younger ones.
Art Studio Chalkboard http://studiochalkboard.evansville.edu/ Art Studio Chalkboard
These pages are a resource for artists and art students that focus on the technical fundamentals of perspective, shading, color and painting.
They were compiled and designed by Ralph Larmann, art faculty member in the University of Evansville Art Department, and are intended for educational use only.
DrawAnywhere http://drawanywhere.com/ DrawAnywhere is an online diagramming website, where you can draw, modify and share flowcharts and other diagrams, with the look & feel of a desktop application.
It runs on any browser with Flash 9 installed. There is no need to download and install any custom software. It runs entirely on the web, and thus it is an always-on-access-anywhere solution.
It meets all your diagramming needs without installing, maintaining and purchasing expensive software.
Inkscape http://inkscape.org/ Inkscape is an Open Source vector graphics editor, with capabilities similar to Illustrator, Freehand, CorelDraw, or Xara X using the W3C standard Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) file format.
Supported SVG features include shapes, paths, text, markers, clones, alpha blending, transforms, gradients, patterns, and grouping. Inkscape also supports Creative Commons meta-data, node editing, layers, complex path operations, bitmap tracing, text-on-path, flowed text, direct XML editing, and more. It imports formats such as JPEG, PNG, TIFF, and others and exports PNG as well as multiple vector-based formats.
Inkscape's main goal is to create a powerful and convenient drawing tool fully compliant with XML, SVG, and CSS standards. We also aim to maintain a thriving user and developer community by using open, community-oriented development.
Mikons http://www.mikons.com/ Mikons
Welcome to Mikons.com, a new form of self-expression that connects people through visual symbols (personal tags). Our mission is to give you a fun and easy way to create these symbols that tell your story, let you decide how you want to share them, and use them to connect with people anywhere in the world.
Use the Mikon Machineô, our cool vector drawing tool, to create the symbols that tell your story. You can design from scratch or remix other graphics to build your personal set of Mikons.
Gliffy http://www.gliffy.com/ Gliffy is easy, free, and fun!
Draw and Share diagrams on the web
Gliffy is a suite of online applications designed to replace expensive and difficult to maintain desktop software.
Since Gliffy applications work in any web browser, sharing your work is made simple.
Flow Charts | Workflow documents | Class Diagrams | Network Diagrams | Database schemas | Website layouts/wireframes | Floor plans | Seating charts... and more!
SwarmSketch: Collective sketching http://swarmsketch.com/ SwarmSketch: Collective sketching of the collective consciousness
SwarmSketch is an ongoing online canvas that explores the possibilities of distributed design by the masses. Each week it randomly chooses a popular search term which becomes the sketch subject for the week. In this way, the collective is sketching what the collective thought was important each week.
Scribble http://grant.robinson.name/projects/scribble/ Scribble
Once described as an open canvas to create and share drawings.
One of the best features of this app is the ability to see how each drawing was made as Scribble redraws the picture stroke by stroke. Scribble now includes functionality to send your favourite drawings to your nearest and dearest.
Doodle Splash : Online Interactive Tool http://www.readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/student-interactives/ Doodle Splash
Teaching K-8 students to visualize what they are reading and to create graphic symbols helps them develop as readers. Doodle Splash interactive combines the process of drawing with analytical thinking about a text by pairing an online drawing space with writing prompts that encourage students to make connections between their visual designs and the text. The tool can be used for whole-class discussion of a short story (or part of a novel), small-group work, or individually, where students use doodles, symbols, drawings, shapes, and colors to construct a graphic of their story or chapter.
After completing their individual or group images, students have the ability to print out their final versions for feedback and assessment.
Figure Drawing LAB. http://drawinglab.evansville.edu/ Figure Drawing LAB.
This site is devoted to better understanding of the elements that make up the human figure and how to better portray them. It is intended as a resource for artists and art students who work with the human form. This site focuses on accepted conventions of figure drawing that have been used to model the figure since antiquity.