Monday, February 08, 2010

Online Drawing Tools



I have often used Glogster in class and love to use it as a form of a Digital Portfolio for students to reflect on their work.  After seeing the blog, Bits and Pieces Place, I saw how great it is as a source of links.  I wanted to create a list of links for online drawing tools, so I thought this could be a fun way to do it.

10 comments:

Thomas Boito said...

Nicely done!

Todd said...

Do you find that with most online art/drawing applications that the mouse just doesn't cut it? Do you use a tablet? I get exceedingly frustrated with my creations using the mouse.

Chris said...

Wow, this is very cool! I am going to have to look some more at Glogster. And thanks for the links!

Mrs. Tenkely said...

This is a great way of organizing and sharing these drawing tools in one place, thanks!

sparkley said...

Steph , that looks brilliant! There are so many things here for me to look at and see if I can use with my students.Thanks for sharing :)

Nick Provenzano said...

What a great collection of sites. Thanks for putting these all together in one spot. The art teachers in my building will love this.

Melissa said...

Great glog full of resources! Hmmm ... I might need to use this idea and make a glog of resources to share with teachers at my school (I will be sure to share this one too). :)

craftyneedles said...

I create a semimonthly news bulletin for my teachers. I will have to create one with resource links. Thanks for the great ideea!

Web Design & Graphics Blog said...

That is really cool how you put all the links up there. Do you think you could add http://www.drawinghowtodraw.com/ - we just added a drawing app and chat drawing app to our drawing tutorials site. Thanks in advance.

SmellyMoo said...

I honestly think you should add: www.drawsum.com.

You can draw anything onto a canvas and it stays there forever (as long as no one draws over it!)

give it a go :)

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