I love using Google Drawing and so does @gormang. It is perfect for making posters, graphics, virtual manipulatives, certificates, infographics, and more. Google Drawing is collaborative just like the other Google Docs so more than one person can create the drawing at the same time. The process for sharing a Google Drawing is the same as for any other document.
In Google Drive (http://drive.google.com) click on the “NEW” button, go down to the “More” options, and choose Google Drawings.
Blue Share Button
Get a Sharable Link
In the upper right corner of the pop up window is a link for “Get sharable link.” Click on this. Alternatively you can click on the word “Advanced” in the bottom right hand corner to “Change” the sharing settings.
Clicking on “Get shareable link” automatically changes the viewing settings from private to anyone can view. It also automagically copies the link to the clipboard so you are ready to paste the link into an email or onto your webpage.
Note that if you are using a Google Apps domain it will default to only share with people who are logged into the school Google Apps account. If you want to change that you will click on the arrow next to “can view.”
Change the link sharing to “Anyone with the link.” By default the drawing is shared as “Can view.” If you want to change to “Can edit” or “Can comment” click on the arrow next to “Can view” for access.
One way to share the Google Drawing is to download the image. Using the File menu choose “Download as” and I usually choose the PNG image so it will maintain the background transparency. The image file is saved to your computer.
Publish to the Web
Copy the link or copy the embed code provided.