Make Fun of Yourself!

BeFunky.comIf you have not created a cartoon or animation of yourself as an elf, Santa or trekker, then here is your chance. Make a fun avatar for use on your website or send an e-card to a family member. These are fun, but check them out completely before using with students. Some sites contain characters in skimpy outfits. In addition, be careful of some of the ads that are used with these web sites. Get yourself ready for James Cameron’s sequel and see what you would look like in the cartoon world! If you know of other sites, please add the URL to the comment section below.

  1. Yearbook yourself
  2. Create your own Marvel Comic SuperHero
  3. The Hero Factory
  4. Bless This Chick
  5. Spud Yourself
  6. Simpsonize Me
  7. Elf Yourself – not available until November 1st
  8. Terminate yourself – turn your face into “The Terminator”
  9. Madmen Yourself – men and women
  10. 12 sites to cartoon yourself – preview yourself – not sure about some of the images for school
  11. Santa Yourself
  12. Scrooge Yourself – available at holiday time
  13. Many many create yourself and make items site – preview before using with students
  14. Jib-Jab
  15. Animate yourself – preview before using with students
  16. Trek Yourself – make yourself a StarTrek character
  17. Build your Wild self
  18. Make an Anime
  19. Lego Yourself – make a LEGO character
  20. Create an M&M piece
  21. My Avatar Editor
  22. Monster Mash by JibJab
  23. Make a Western Style Wanted Poster
  24. Mr. Picassohead
  25. Make a beast!
  26. Diary of a Wimpy Kid! – wimp yourself too
  27. Avatar in video using webcam

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  1. Howard Martin said:

    I love this list! I’ve seen more classrooms using the saved avatars as their fun ‘signatures’ on online student products. Thanks for putting this list together for more cool sites to use.

  2. RJ Stangherlin said:

    Awesome resources, Robin. Thanks so much for sharing. Power’s off but generator’s running, and I’m checking out your links. Thanks so much for sharing great resources.

  3. Patti Ruffing said:

    Thanks for the great list, Robin. My students really enjoyed using Avatar Portrait Maker this year. (I have also put my own kids in Jib Jab.) This list will give us many new possibilities to explore in the future!

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