Creative Break—Make Your Own Cartoon

I had so much fun with Animation Station! Draw a background, then a series of sketches. Hit Play and watch your drawing come to life. I just created a simple stick figure walking across the screen, then a face gradually smiling, but you could do much more with this. It reminds me of an electronic version of the flip books many of us enjoyed creating as children.


2 Responses to “Creative Break—Make Your Own Cartoon”

  1. 1 K a b l o o e y June 18, 2010 at 8:13 pm

    This whole site is soooo cool. Can’t wait until Moochie gets her paws on it. I had a blast playing with the animation. I used to take eons to make stop-motion animation, so this really impressed me. Can I have all those hours of my life back?

    • 2 stranglingmymuse June 19, 2010 at 11:17 am

      Ha! All those hours were character-building, right? Or they helped build your internal creative reservoir. Kids today don’t know what they’re missing, doing everything with computers…

      Okay, anyway, glad you enjoyed the site. I did too!


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