Here are three of the best web-based applications for drawing and image editing as recommended by Chromebook Help Centre. Students can use these tools on their Chromebooks to engage in creative activities that involve drawing, painting and photo editing. The apps provide a wide variety of built-in tools such as brushes, shapes, texture stamp, spiral and paintbrushes, effects and many more.
1- Sumo Paint
“Sumo Paint is a full featured painting and image editing application featuring an active art community of over 570 000 registered members and over 2 000 000 images. The app has the web’s most versatile collection of image editing features blurring the line between desktop applications like Photoshop or Gimp.”
“Draw, sketch, create with Sketchpad….You can experiment with photos by painting new elements into the composition, add notes, manipulate graphics, overlay text on anything or go backwards and forwards in time infinitely through changes you make.”
Google Drawing, a Google Drive service, is an excellent and simple platform where students can create and share their drawings. Everything you create on Drawing automatically saved to your Google Drive and you can easily insert it into other document types such as Google documents.