My three-year-old daughter Zoey loves to draw with her crayons. Give her a box of crayons and a stack of construction paper, and Zoey will happily keep herself occupied indefinitely.
Bear with me here for a moment: I want to share with you Zoey’s workflow for creating drawings.
1. First, she selects an appropriate crayon based upon desired line thickness and color
2. Second, she puts down the crayon to the paper surface
3. Third, she draws lines and fills until she is satisfied with the result
4. Fourth, she lifts the crayon from the paper and admires her handiwork
5. Fifth, she grabs another sheet of paper and starts the entire process over again
As you’ll learn in a moment, drawing in Scratch 2.0 involves this ...