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This video will show you how to edit the way your sprite looks.
Click on the “costumes” tab.
You’ll see the sprite inside a paint editor.
You’ll edit the sprite using these tools.
Use the “select” tool, and click on the sprite.
You’ll know that you’ve selected the sprite when you see a box around it.
With the sprite selected, you can move it by clicking and dragging, rotate it by dragging
the circle at the top, or change its size by dragging the squares on the corners and sides.
If you make a mistake while editing the sprite, that’s okay!
Computer scientists make mistakes all the time, and they use those mistakes to learn
what they should do differently next time.
Use the “undo” button to undo your last action.
Then, try again until you have something you like.
Now you can move, rotate, and resize your sprite.
But, you might want to change only one part of a sprite.
To make that happen, select the sprite, then click the “ungroup” button.
The sprite now splits into many parts that you can move, rotate, or resize individually.
Move the arms and legs a tiny bit to create your first animation frame.
There is one more drawing tool to try: the “reshape” tool.
Use this tool to edit points and lines.
Now it’s your turn!
Edit the sprite.