Drawing Flash is very different to drawing in something like photoshop. So before we begin I'll try to explain to you the difference. When you draw a line in Flash the line itself is divided into parts. You can move, reshape and select these parts separately. In addition a line drawn across another line or solid will act like a knife, splitting the other line or shape into two separate parts which themselves can be moved, reshaped and selected. It's actually pretty handy.
Hint: To avoid accidentally changing your beautifully sculptured shapes and lines or to give greater control. Group them together or place them on their own separate layers.
Now let's look at the way you can employ each of the drawing tools.
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