Creative Break—Swap a Sketch

tropical beachFor a fun break, try Sketch Swap: make a quick sketch with your cursor and submit it. A few seconds later, a picture from someone else appears on your screen, drawing itself as the other person created it. For some reason, it fascinates me to watch an unknown stranger’s work appear on my screen.

Tomorrow I’m off to a tropical locale and will be detaching myself from the Internet for a week. But the miracle of technology has allowed me to write five mini-posts to appear while I’m gone. These will point you toward fun creative links, resources for writers and more. So keep checking back!


2 Responses to “Creative Break—Swap a Sketch”

  1. 1 eatlivetravelwrite June 19, 2009 at 6:59 am

    oh my goodness – what fun and oh my goodness what an excellent timesink!!

    Enjoy YOUR break and look forward to seeing your pre-scheduled mini posts….

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