Strip Designer iOS App [$2.99] https://bit.ly/13K5O69 Strip Designer iOS App [$2.99]
Impress your friends with your own personal comic strips, created on your iPad, iPhone or iPod using photos from your photo album or iPhone camera.
Select one of the many included page templates. Insert photos into the cells. Add a couple of balloons with fun words. Add additional effect symbols (stickers) like "Boom", "Splash", or "Bang" to spice up the story. When you are happy with your new graphic novel, share it with friends and family.
Text balloons can be positioned, sized, and rotated freely on the page. You can alter colors, font, text-size. You can give the balloons color gradients for additional impact.
Once you have finished your masterpiece you can save it to your photo album, email it to your friends, upload it to Facebook or Flickr, or create a Tweet with Twitter and Twitpic
StoryBoardThat https://www.storyboardthat.com/ StoryBoardThat
We offer Storyboard That in a number of different versions. All versions include our powerful Storyboard Creator. The additional features of our educational and corporate editions focus on collaboration and privacy in a multi user environment.
Chronicles of Akasha http://chroniclesofakasha.com/ This online graphic novel (free with registration) follows a veteran of the psychic wars and a Native American medicine man as they travel through time and alternate realities to save the world and help humanity make the evolutionary leap.
EduComics Project https://www.educomics.org/ EduComics is an European Union Comenius education project under the Life Long Learning Programme (ref num 142424-2008-GR-COMENIUS-CMP).
It will show educators how online comics can be used in the classroom to enhance learning, engage and motivate students, and use technology in a practical and effective way.
7 Resources for Creating Cartoons and Comics https://bit.ly/zMuLx 7 Resources for Creating Cartoons and Comics
Blabberize https://blabberize.com/ Here you can Blabberize your images ... i.e. have them talk ... and the mouths move.
Could be a fun tool for students to make talking comic strips
Actually not sure where I should put this on Shambles ... it's certainly fun (& clever)
.... and has an educational use ... I'm just not sure where. Blabberize Blog Student example "Tide Pool
InfiniteComic : Mashup of Twitter and Flickr http://infinitecomic.com/ InfiniteComic : Mashup of Twitter and Flickr
Type something into the keyword box to have a random comic generated just for you "InfiniteComic takes a keyword you supply, finds a Flickr image and a tweet and turns it into an impromptu comic.
Some of the comics make no sense, while others are eerily dead-on ... can provide some interesting entertainment"
20 of the Best Web Comics https://mashable.com/2009/03/03/web-comics/ 20 of the Best Web Comics "For years people have taken to the web to create comic strips without fear of censorship or having to answer to print media advertisers. Now there are thousands of web comics, making it difficult to know where to start if you’re new to the genre.
From Garfield Minus Garfield to Homestar Runner, here are 20 great web comics to turn to for an entertaining read, in alphabetic order."
Comics in Education https://www.humblecomics.com/comicsedu/index.html Hello and welcome to Comics in Education
I'm Gene Yang, high school teacher and cartoonist. This site is the online version of the final project proposal for my Masters of Education degree at California State University at Hayward.
Pixton : online comic creator https://www.pixton.com/ Pixton : online comic creator
Create your own comics without having to draw. Share and remix with your friends.
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Online collaboration tool for teachers and students. Engage active learning through comic strips in a private, virtual classroom. All levels: K-12, ESL, post-secondary.
Save time and money. Visualize a concept quickly without having to draw. Collaborate with your team online – all you need is a web browser.
Comics Make for Colorful Learning https://www.edutopia.org/comic-books-teaching-literacy A New Literary Hero: Comics Make for Colorful Learning
Teachers have begun to accept comic books as a tool for teaching literacy through group projects.
"First graders in the after-school program at the Bronx's PS 90 spent part of last school year working collaboratively to create a comic book called The Bionic Butterfly. The title character, infected with pollutants, turned into a very strong, intelligent superhero butterfly with a mission to warn insects -- and humans -- about the dangers facing Earth's environment."
Make your comics online https://www.makebeliefscomix.com/ Make your comics online
I created makebeliefscomics.com as a place for you to come to and have fun by creating your own world of comic strips.
My hope is that by giving you a choice of characters with different moods and the chance to write words and thoughts for them, you will be able to tap into your creativity and explore new possibilities.
Afterall, there is no greater force in life than the power of the imagination to free us from our immediate problems and to spur our energies to find solutions to our befuddlements.
Teachers can use this comic strip game to
encourage youngsters to improve language, reading, and creative skills. For those who teach young and old how to read and write or to learn English as a second language, makebeliefscomix.com can be an invaluable tool in achieving these objectives.
Comic Strip Creator (online) http://www.stripcreator.com/make.php Comic Strip Creator (online) ... make a comic
Stripcreator is a website that allows users to create and save their own comic strips. It officially went online January 6th, 2001. It was developed and is maintained by me, Brad.
The Graphic Classroom https://graphicclassroom.blogspot.com/ The Graphic Classroom is a resource for teachers and librarians to help them stock high quality, educational-worthy, graphic novels and comics in their classroom or school library.
I read and review every graphic novel or comic on this blog and give it a rating as to appropriateness for the classroom.
School Spirit http://www.schoolspiritcomic.com/ School Spirit
An online comic out of Australia. It is, in one of its creator's own words: "a webcomic featuring primary aged children doing kid stuff - with a supernatural element in the form of spirits living in the cemetery next door."
Recommended Graphic Novels for Public Libraries http://www.ppsassociates.com/videos.php Recommended Graphic Novels for Public Libraries
Hello! By way of introduction: I'm a librarian at the Greene County Public Library in Xenia, Ohio, and for the past few years I've been buying graphic novels (comic books, that is) for my library system.
They've proven very popular at our libraries, and I put this page together to help other librarians who may want to add graphic novels to their collections but have difficulty locating information about them.
The Periodic Table of Comics http://www.uky.edu/Projects/Chemcomics/index.html The Periodic Table of Comics
Welcome to the Periodic Table of ComicBooks. Click on an element to see a list of comic book pages involvingthat element.
Click on a thumbnail on the list to see a full comic bookpage. For technical information about an element, follow the link toMark Winter's WebElements.
We recommend that you start with oxygen to see some of our best stuff.
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