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Drawing (Sites and Apps)

Updated 4-13-18


  1. ABCYa Paint–great for Chromebooks
  2. Adobe Draw – A very well done vector drawing app with layers and lots of pen tools (app)
  3. AirSketch Free–Turn your iPad into a wireless whiteboard! Project live sketches to a local computer. (app)
  4. ArtFlow (app)
  5. ArtStudio–includes varied brushes, fills, text, and more (app)
  6. Draw and Tell by Duck Duck Moose (app)
  8. Drawing Box (free)–learn and practice drawing and painting. Also import photos. (app)
  9. Doodle Buddy–Finger paint with your favorite colors and drop in playful stamps (app)
  10. Doodle Cast–fee (app)
  11. Draw–for K-2 (app)
  12. Drawing Desk–draw, sketch, doodle, fee/free, no text tool (app)
  13. Drawing Pad–fee; exactly what it sounds like (app)
  14. Drawp–drawing that’s sharable, with school accounts (app)
  15. Graffiti Creator
  16. iBrainstorm–FREE–drawing and writing with lots of colors (app)
  17. Infinite Painter (app)
  18. Inkpad–Vector drawing is mathematical rather than pixel-based so scaling should not effect resolution. This app is the simplest I have seen to introduce this concept. (app)
  19. KidPix Deluxe 3D–fee; only on Mac App store (app)
  20. Masterpiece for Osmo – Use Osmo to record a sto-mo video of you tracing an image (app)
  21. Paint Studio (fee) — lots of options including fills (app)
  22. Paper One (app)
  23. Paper 53 – It’s hard not to love this simple, yet powerful, drawing app. Lots to like. (app)
  24. Pivot Stickfigure Animator–free, download, powerful, with a cult following
  25. Pixel Art
  26. ProCreate–professional drawing only for iPad Pro (app)
  27. Quick Draw–draw a picture while Google tries to figure out what it is.
  28. Sketch Draw and Paint(app)
  29. Sketchpad–painting, some stamps, varied brushes; good for Chromebooks
  30. Sketchbook–free for educational purposes and it is powerful and well-documented. (app)
  31. Stickman–draw a stick figure and the site animates it
  32. SumoPaint–good for elementary; no log-in required; good with Chromebooks
  33. Tayasui Sketches – Similar to Adobe Draw. Multiple tools, layers and more (app)
  34. Tessellate
  35. Toontastic–drawing with Google in 3D (app)
  36. Web-a-Skeb–based on the original Etch-a-sketch
  37. Wixie–to access your existing Wixie (or Pixie) subscription. Open, edit, and share your projects (app)