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While the sprites in your logo can create a specific look
or tell a story so can the area behind the logo
called the backdrop.
In this video, you will add a backdrop to your project.
Find backdrops in the Scratch library,
or download and add one you find on the internet.
If you don't know whether you're allowed to download images,
check with an adult.
To add a backdrop from the Scratch library,
select choose backdrop from library.
Select a backdrop.
To add a backdrop from the internet,
first find and download an image.
Go to google.com and select images.
Search for an image.
To find an image that fits the Scratch stage,
select tools and change the size to 480 by 360.
To find images you can use in Scratch,
search for labeled for reuse with modification.
Once you find an image download it to your computer.
If you don't know how to download on your computer,
ask a neighbor.
Then return to Scratch.
Select upload backdrop from file.
And select the file you downloaded.
To resize an image click, hold
and drag a rectangle around it.
Then, click, hold and drag the edges
to the appropriate size.
Now it's your turn.
Select a backdrop from the library or add an image
from the internet.
Once you finish, return to this page
to select another video.
Change the style of a letter each time it's clicked.
Tell a story with talking letters.
Add an image behind the logo.
Create an interactive logo by changing letter colors when a key is pressed.
Edit, draw, or add an image to change how a letter looks.
Turn your logo into a game where a letter chases the mouse pointer.
Add a button that changes the scene behind your logo.
Make a letter spin.
Make your letters randomly move across the screen.
Play a sound as a letter disappears.
Make your letters whirl to music.
Animate your letters to make them bounce.
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