Copy, paste, and stamp pictures - the Scissors Gina August 31, 2020 09:47 Updated This article has been moved to, How To Copy And Paste Part Of The Drawing With The Selection Tool Comments 5 comments Sort by Date Votes Coremuscle December 31, 2017 04:19 All your explanations are assuming that the person understand the different features. For example - what is rubbing? What is Stamping? And why would I want to incorporate this effect? 3 zackmto January 04, 2018 07:43 Good evening I would like to learn how to make a stick man move and have a falling earth ball in the story. How do I do this with out having to draw the same frame but a little change. This could be explain through pictures, or a youtube or a walkthrough just some suggestion. Thank again. 0 Gina January 10, 2018 03:15 @Coremuscle, thanks for the feedback. We add some explanation on the top of the article. @zackmto, thanks. Using real example to present the tutorial seems seems to be a cool idea. We will see if there is anything we can do. By the way, if you are interested in stick figure and bouncing balls, here are some fun tutorial How to draw poses (with stick figure) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b3iOFYXlRG4&list=PL836C92C18EEB374E&index=73 Squeeze and Stretch https://anizone.kdanmobile.com/videos/466152043:Back%20to%20Basics%20Lesson%206:%20Squash%20and%20Stretch 0 t.jevdjic March 02, 2019 19:20 Edited Rubbing is not clear. What does rubbing mean? What is the percentage behind it? 1 Gina March 14, 2019 03:46 Hello t.jevdjic, when you select a part of the drawing and run the drawing on a page, only the part of the image that you rub on (with your finger or stylus) will appear on the page. It works like printing something on a wood board (https://www.instructables.com/id/Linoleum-Block-Printing-1/). Rubbing is useful for creating some staging effects in your animation. It's also an alternative way to select an irregular object. I hope this information is helpful. Thank you. 0 Please sign in to leave a comment.