Creating a comic book from scratch is extremely tedious and difficult, and the cost of purchasing the necessary equipment generally tends to discourage amateurs from even taking the project up. Hence we put up a list of apps that will help you draw artistic, stick figured or hazy characters to get started with your comic strip together.
Pixton gives anyone the power to create amazing comics on the web with complete characters to dynamic panels, props, and speech bubbles. Every aspect of a comic can be controlled with an intuitive click-n-drag motion. This is the comic strip creation website for artists. The site allows for as much customization as possible without the need to build from scratch.
Balancing user friendliness and flow of creative versatility, ToonDoo offers an extensive library of characters and objects to use in your comic strip where you can edit them further to create your own touches. Various tools allow you to create custom characters and paint freely; you also can use your own photos, sketches, etc.
Extremely simple to use, wherein a user can choose from a variety of diverse characters and complete a comic strip. However, the pre-set options make the flow of creativity slightly limiting. The positive is that it helps you get your comic out in all of 10 minutes, which will give you a rough idea of how your comic would look if you’d take time out and actually finish the project.
The site allows you to draw images from scratch or use existing images. You can even connect your webcam and capture pictures for use in your comic strips, edit them with various effects and customize the look of each frame.
Both the sites mainly entertain people who claim they can't draw. The user can pick the number of columns, drag and drop characters, change their appearance and add various objects from the sites inventory to complete the strip.