Scratch Costumes

Scratch – Working with sprites and costumes

Scratch Tutorial – Working with Costumes

Difficulty: Intro

In this tutorial you will begin to understand how your can change or manipulate sprites by editing costumes.    When you change a sprite color, modify the way it looks, or duplicate it you are working with a costume.  Basically, a costume is a variation of a sprite.
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Now that you reviewed the tutorial, let’s see if you can do the following as one animation:
  • Explore the sprite library
  • Find a sprite that has multiple costumes
  • Add it to your stage and animate it with a loop
  • Adjust the speed to go fast or slow

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