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DeviantArt’s Muro Drawing App Is Pure HTML5 Awesomeness

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The folks at DeviantArt, a website best known for hosting images of fairies and vampires created by gothy art students, have debuted a new browser-based drawing tool created entirely with web standards.

Muro works in all modern browsers, and you can dive in and start drawing on a blank canvas, all without Flash or any other plug-in. There are several brushes available to everyone, but to access the more advanced features, you’ll need to create a DeviantArt account and log in.

The image above was created by DeviantArt user loish using the new tool. It’s amazing to see what people are creating with it.

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