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Take 5: Comic Book/Strip Creation Tools


  1. […] I have seen these things on the internet but I have never fully attempted to try them. The articles Take 5: Comic Book/Strip Creation Tools and Tech Review: Online Creation Tools Piktochart and Canva talked about quite of few creation […]

  2. […] reading Take 5: Comic Book/ Strip Creation Tools, I decided that I really wanted to play with Bitstrips. Bitstrips caught my eye because it is […]

  3. […] loved reading Karen Jensen’s blog post, Comic Book/Strip Creation Tools, because of all the cool sites it had links to. I thought that the comic book app was a pretty neat […]

  4. […] decided to spend some time trying out some of the comic strip/animation programs. After reading the article about this variety of apps, I chose to try an app called Comic Strip Creator that can be found in […]

  5. […] thought that by using a comic strip I could use that in my classroom when teaching different things to students. We could make it look […]

  6. […] (which I am very much still fond of) I decided to explore a new website, at the prompting of this article. While it listed five potential places to visit to create comic strips, I decided on […]

  7. […] images that it makes, such as changing the words and such. I was also disappointed because in the blog that Bitmoji was linked to, it said Bitstrips. I dug a little deeper and I couldn’t find […]

  8. […] I really really wanted to create a comic book strip this week.  After reading Karen Jensen’s comic book creation blog I thought it would be something really fund to do.  But, the first app mentioned (comic book app) […]

  9. […] with it so I could use it later in my classroom one day. While I was reading more about the  Comic book site, it said that you could print your comic book and I thought it would be a cute idea to have the […]

  10. […] for this week were “Tech Review: Online Creation Tools Piktochart and Canva” and “Take 5: Comic Book/Strip Creation Tools”. Both of this articles were interesting to read and also gave me some great resources to use if I […]

  11. […] also visited this site Take 5: Comic Book/Strip Creation Tools. It has a few different sites that you are able to make comic books/strips on. I found this site a […]

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