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How to Get to the Vector Paint Editor

First, click "Create" and it will take you to the project editor.

(link here: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/editor/) Then, you click on the "backdrop" icon and click on the paint brush icon. Then you are free to get creative and draw!

How the Vector Paint Editor Is Different Than Bitmap

The Bitmap editor is combined of arrays of pixels and the vector editor draws more smooth lines.

How to Change the Colors and Size of Your Brush

First, you click on the "fill" button and you will see that the default color for the paint is purple. Click on the little upside-down triangle next to the purple square, and it will show three different options of changing the color: Color, saturation, and brightness.