Lasso Tool

The Lasso tool in FlipaClip is a powerful feature that allows you to move, copy, paste, and adjust objects on the stage. Whether you want to resize, rotate, or reposition a drawing or an entire layer, the Lasso tool is your go-to option for precise edits. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to use this tool easily:

Getting to the Lasso Tool:

Step 1 - Open Your Project: Go to FlipaClip and open the project you're working on.

Step 2 - Find the Tool: In the menu bar, tap on the Lasso icon (the middle one).

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Using the Lasso Tool:

When you tap on the Lasso tool, you'll have the opportunity to select an object on your canvas by drawing around it. It will create a dotted line box around the object you draw around. You can also double tap on the lasso tool icon to automatically select the object on the frame. Here is what you can do. here's what you can do:

Copying an area with the lasso tool

Step 1- Select the lasso tool from the tools menu. 

Step 2- Trace the lasso tool around the object you want to copy. 

Step 3- Hit the copy icon at the top of your screen.

Step 4- Tap the paste icon and drag to where you want the object.

Resize or rotate with the uniform transform tool.

When you trace around the object you want to copy, the transform tool is automatically selected on the bottom toolbar. Here you can resize the selected object by dragging any of the squares that appear around the object. You also have the option to rotate the selected object by dragging the circle at the top of the selected object.

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Change the angle with the perspective transform tool.

Pull any corner of the box to change the angle. Be careful – this might mess up the shape if you're not careful. But don't worry, you can always tap undo.

Flip It!

You can select the horizontal flip or vertical flip to flip the object that you have selected.

If You Make a Mistake:

If you don't like what happened, look for the undo button at the top revert back to how it was before.

Tips for Better Transforming:

  • Practice: Try changing different things to get better at using this tool.
  • Layers are Cool: Remember, you can change just one drawing or a whole layer at once.
  • Zoom In: If you want to be really careful, zoom in to get things just right.
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