Top menu

draw on the internet

I’m sure there’s dozens of websites out there that let you draw things right there on the webpage. Here’s one of them: imaginationcubed.com. The graphics are real clean and slick. The default tool is a marker with green ink. You can change the thickness and color. They also give you different tools to draw whatever you wish. I simply used the default as you can see in the banner image above.

Helpful hints:
1. If you want to erase part of your drawing just use white ink.
2. If you want a background color other than white, then use the rectangle tool to draw a solid “background” color before you begin drawing.

Another cool thing about this is that you can replay the drawing. It is a replay of exactly what you did. Fun to watch.

You can also send the drawing to any email address. When the receipient clicks on the link in their email, they go to the site and the drawing is animated in the process it was created. very cool.

And and the receipient has the option to add to the drawing and send it to whomever they wish.

5
Leave a Reply

avatar
5 Comment threads
0 Thread replies
0 Followers
 
Most reacted comment
Hottest comment thread
2 Comment authors
Laura K.Erik Maldre.com Recent comment authors

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

  Subscribe  
newest oldest most voted
Notify of
Laura K.
Guest
Laura K.

i can do a simple version of this in Flash.

Laura K.
Guest
Laura K.

this page really locked up my computer. i had to force-quit. it doesn’t seem to recognize when you move the mouse to close the window – it just keeps drawing, then freezing up.

Laura K.
Guest
Laura K.

i’m not saying i WANT to do it. i’m saying i COULD. not as fancy as this. but i know how to do mouse-controlled interactive animations. it’s actually not that hard.