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ToonDoo Tutorial

I receive a lot of feedback on my article on comic strip creation, so I thought I would go the next step and provide a basic tutorial for creating cartoons. Please feel free to use, modify, edit, whatever. But, if you make a million dollars off of this, you owe me half ;).

If it is useful to you, please let me know. It’s always nice to know people appreciate the work.

Here is the ToonDoo Tutorial, titled: Getting Started with ToonDoo

  1. June 9, 2012 at 07:05

    Hey! My name is Hillary Parmer, and I am an EDM310 student from the University of South Alabama. After riedang the article and your blog post, I agree with you! Many teachers have technology in their classrooms, but are not using it effectively to where it will actually help students. Some are and some aren’t. If they aren’t, it probably has to do with the fact that they haven’t been properly trained to use the technology in their classrooms. I know that right now, I am currently going to an elementary school to get field experience for two of my classes. I’ve watched my teacher teach using books and the white board, and I’ve watched her teach using a smart board and a computer. Her students seem to really pay more attention and be more interested when she uses the smart board. I think it really just depends on the teachers, and their knowledge of technology. When I was in high school, only a selective few of my teachers actually used their smart boards and projectors. I found it much easier to pay attention when they used technology. Then again, it may just be the way that I learn! I really think that if teachers could be trained properly to use the technology that the schools are purchasing for them, then it would definitely not be a waste of money! But that is just my opinion!

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