6 Free Sites for Creating Your Own Comics In the days of cold, hard newsprint, only people who could draw were successful comic strip authors. In some cases, this resulted in comic strips that had very nice pictures, but weren't all that funny (cough, Blondie). Thankfully, the Internet has taught us not to accept an inferior form of comic artistry, but a more flexible one. Cartoonist - Creaza Education Creaza Cartoonist Do you have a good idea or a good story you want to get out? Do you have an assignment to create a story based on something you learned at school? Or do you just feel like goofing around and making a comic strip?
LEGO Game Creator – build your own games! (Written by ninja5) I recently found in an issue of the LEGO Club Magazine something about a LEGO Game Creator on Cartoon Network. I got intrigued and thought to give it a try. It turned out to be quite fun, so I decided to write an article about it, as likely a lot of people never heard of this before. KidPad KidPad Version 1.0 is now available for free download for non-commercial use! Introduction KidPad is a collaborative story authoring tool for children. Make You Own Cartoons - The Funny Times Cartoon Playground A message from Funny Times Homeland Security: Author names and cartoon titles should not contain special (non-alpha-numeric) characters. Using them may cause random malfunctioning of the Playground search function. [Don't forget to share your cartoon via your favorite social websites after you've published it! Full suite of share buttons under each cartoon in our Gallery.] Get help using the Playground
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