For a chance to be added to the Awesome Animation Showcase upload your animation to Twitter and add the hashtag #brushninja.
Love me some https://t.co/tLYAtkCxhB! Such an awesome tool! Create your own animated GIFs! Great for vocabulary review, procedural text, math, cycles and ordering events! Enjoy!!! 💚#edchat #edtech #txed #education #bisdwired @ericcurts @tonyvincent @JakeMillerTech pic.twitter.com/tCLT0NDCBK— Tom Spall (@Tommyspall) January 16, 2019
Wanted to build a similar animated gif creator but #brushninja did it already well. Was testing it out with silly explanation of difference between zero and null in #programming world. :) Try it yourself at https://t.co/OSWxDOzVVW. pic.twitter.com/F4Nq8uGIfr— Peter Genčur (@petergencur) July 31, 2018
Playing around with Brush Ninja for making animated GIFs in a BYOD context. Thinking vocab and grammar practice and embedding in Google Slides/Keynote/PPT/Padlet https://t.co/haB5POcDaG #mfltwitterati pic.twitter.com/cnqAM5Kvjt— Joe Dale (@joedale) July 28, 2018
https://t.co/eFYVFUW3HG で作ってみたよ #BrushNinja pic.twitter.com/dAtlbm7z94</p>— 7_nana (@7_nana) July 2, 2018
Inspired by @ThomasNoppers I made a cat based cartoon today. Only I decided to skip the tail and whiskers cos they were too difficult 😛 Think I am getting better though! You can make your own at https://t.co/aI4ZSXfiEt #BrushNinja #animation #cat pic.twitter.com/OAta0Nytyq— Ben (@BinaryMoon) May 2, 2018