Sunday, December 28, 2008

More interactive art websites

Again, I found a few more art websites by navigating my network in my delicious account. I think you will find them as fun as I did.

This is a collaborative art project that allows the user to submit an art piece, no matter how small, to be a part of the “biggest collaborative art project in the world.”

Scribbler is an interactive site where you draw a simple scribble or doodle. When you are finished, you click “start scribbler” and the site makes an interpretive scribble of your carefully created doodle. Interesting! Experiment with changing the colors as scribbler makes your piece for added beauty.

BRUSHster: National Gallery of Art

BRUSHster is an online painting canvas with different brush sizes and shapes as well as a variety of colors. The only thing I didn’t like was that I could only click “undo” and step back one time.

Collage Machine: National Gallery of Art
The collage machine makes collages (surprise!) with different shaped pieces of papers in a select number of colors. However, by changing the transparency of the pieces, you can make more of the limited choices you have.

Mondrian Machine
The Mondrian Machine is inspired by the art of Piet Mondrian, which consists of perpendicular black lines that subdivide his canvas colored with primary colors. This site is probably the most primitive of the bunch listed here, but could still serve a purpose in art class if you are studying this topic.

Surreal Painter
Create surreal art with the help of pre-made backgrounds and objects! After you create your masterpiece, you can share it with your friends. It will look like you spent hours in a high-tech art program when really it only took you a few minutes using this site. Be cool among your artistic friends!

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