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Slimber Is A Good Drawing Tool

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Slimber is a very simple online drawing tool that requires no registration.

Once you go to the website, you click on “painter” at the top, and you can begin creating. Once you’re finished, you can click “play” and it will “rerun” the artistic process you used. After clicking save, you can write a description of your image. Next, click on “gallery” where you can see your creation and get a url address or embed code.

I’m adding it to The Best Art Websites For Learning English.

Thanks to The Make Use Of blog for the tip.

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Author: Larry Ferlazzo

I'm a high school teacher in Sacramento, CA.

3 Comments

  1. This is very cool, Larry. Do you know of one that also lets you type along with drawing and still has the replay feature?

  2. Thanks for sharing, Larry.
    It’s good especially for you can see how the others draw.

  3. I think there are now more features. Unlike other online painting websites it allows drawing as a guest, and u cannot upload a picture and draw on it, so it means, each drawing is an artwork, a real creative work. U can also replay, as a tutorial. Besides, Ive seen some people made tutorials to be replayed. And there are really great drawings already, Im sure, there will be soon even more features and maybe category filter.
    I loved it. I suggest

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