Remember those old-style cartoons where hand-drawn lines appeared to vibrate because of differences between frames? Well this HTML5 experiment (opens in new tab) recreates just that.
Browser-based tool Sktch lets you draw on-screen sketches that then take on a life of their own.
It even adds a third dimension to your creations by allowing you to rotate the canvas (hold down Space and then press and drag horizontally with your cursor).
Use the buttons at the top to increase the level of vibration, change continuous lines to dashed ones, and share what you've created on Facebook. Note that you'll need to be using Google's Chrome (opens in new tab) browser for it to work.
Sktch is the creation of Swedish web designer Hakim el Hattab (opens in new tab), who works primarily with interactivity, graphics and animation. For more Hattab fun, check out this brilliantly entertaining animated 404 page (opens in new tab) he created for our sister publication, .net magazine (opens in new tab).
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