Saturday, January 31, 2009

Another comic site to try,

FYI, my last post, related to comic-producing web sites, such as ComicLife, generated this response from Clive, creator of

"I stumbled across your blog today and thought you might be interested in hearing about an innovative Web 2.0 learning tool. is a website where you create comics without having to draw. It is a global community where people of all ages share, remix, and publish their ideas, opinions and stories. Read comics in over 40 languages, with our automatic translation by Google.

You can design every aspect of your character, and move it into any pose you want. All you have to do is click-and-drag to change or reposition any part of it - the creative and artistic possibilities are endless. Our language filtering system helps make Pixton a fun and safe place for all - from 6 to 106! Sign-up is free.

We also have a version specifically for educators. Pixton for Schools is a private virtual classroom for teachers and students (30-day free trial).

We welcome you and your colleagues to try Pixton and tell us what you think."

So I'm going to check it out. If you do, too, let me know how it works (or doesn't) for you,

- Brett

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