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I have never used anything but MSPaint. I am still learning about this program, and I need someone nice and patient to help me.

My friend drew a picture for me. I don't know how. She posted a link to it once it was done. I pasted the link and copied the image. Then I pasted it into Paint.net. I want to color it and I don't know how. I have perused a number of tutorials, and all of them seemed to deal with coloring images you had created yourself within the program and not copy/pasted images. When I asked my friend about this, she said that I'd have to "go under the lines." She isn't familiar with Paint.net.

Can you help me?

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Scan the picture onto paint net and then use paint bucket?

'Nuff said.

I don't know the right terminology, so I'm probably going to come off sounding like a moron here:

If I draw a picture into the program (paint.net) myself, the lines are solid. But when I copy and paste a picture into the program, the lines are not solid black lines - there are also pixels of varying grays, and when I try to use the paint bucket those lighter pixels become stupid-looking empty spaces. Maybe it would be better to say that, when I use the paint bucket, the color does not end up smooth.

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