Scratch 101: Creating a Paint Program (Part 1)

Hello and Welcome to Scratch 101! In this tutorial we will be creating a painting program. This will allow you to draw on the stage! 

The Finished Project:

Graphical Setup:
1.) Delete the default sprite
2.) Create an empty sprite using the paintbrush

You will find a graphical template for this project here: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/138943087/

Scripts:

In Sprite1:

Common Mistakes:
Make sure that you are using the 'go to' block instead of the 'point towards' block. 

Tip:
If you would like to change the color of your background, use the graphical features (the paint bucket specifically). 

The completed version can be found here: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/137924703/#player

You can continue to work on this program in the next lesson located here: 


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  3. Relly, these kinds of programs hepls non programmer be best programming. Easy to learn basic concept, how coding works. I tried it last year and all messed.

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