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12 Free Online Art Generators

Let your kids get creative without the mess! Check out these free, online art generators, no downloads required, where kids can explore and create many different types of art.

Pix2Pix fotogenerator
Turn your doodles into a realistic photo with Pix2Pix! A fun way for your littles to see their line drawings transform into realistic creations right before their eyes, this free art generator offers endless options for artistic experimentation and we’re pretty sure they’ll be plenty of giggles, too!

Let your littles safely play around with a face (that isn’t yours!) via monoface! This super silly site lets children, and adults, shuffle around eyes, noses, hair, accessories, and more to create all kinds of faces! View the gallery or create one of 759,365 possible face combinations!

Jackson Pollock Online
Get your kids familiar with Jackson Pollock, a major figure in the abstract expressionist movement well known for his unique style of drip painting. Kids and adults alike can make your own Pollock-inspired masterpiece with literally a click here or there.

Draw A Stickman
A seriously cool site where even the youngest child can draw a stickman and watch the stickman come to life in an interactive episode they choose.

Build Your Wild Self
The New York Zoo and Aquarium have a fun site where kids can digitally create a human and add insect, animal, and reptile characteristics!

This is Sand
Definitely for older children, this took me a minute and few clicks to figure out. But, once I did it quickly became a favorite. Kids can create sandscapes by piling different color sand in whatever pattern they choose.

An easy-to-use site, kids can draw, paint, color, or stamp on a virtual canvas with a few easy clicks.

Color With Leo
Explore color mixing, portrait fun, drawing, and more with a young Leonardo da Vinci.

Curious Corner
Curious Corner, a children’s educational site by the Art Institute of Chicago, offers story times, match-up games, and a play with art section. Children create portraits, Cornell Boxes, and masks.

Tate Kids
Tate Kids is the children’s site of Tate Britain, part of the Tate network of galleries in England. It is the oldest gallery in the network, having opened in 1897. The site allows children to create their own galleries, play art-inspired games, and more.

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