It does take a little time to work out and I couldn't find any help but if you persevere you can learn a lot by just experimenting.
Here are some examples to get you a bit interested:
Here is the interface:
The menu on the top right hand side contains the equivalent of Photoshops panels. So if you click the History option it will show you the History panel. The Swatch panel enables you to switch between solid colour, gradients and patterns (great fun!).
So let's start by changing the background. Make sure the colour panel is open and select a colour. If you want white, drag the first 2 options and the last option to the right and all the rest to the left as shown above. Now select the bucket tool which is the tool that looks like a bucket! Click anywhere on the painting area and it will turn the page to white.
Now let's have some fun. Follow the steps below to create a patterned butterfly:
- Open the Pattern panel so you can see what pattern is selected.
- Go to the Swatch panel, click on patterns and then select a pattern. There is also different pattern 'sheets'. I have selected the Dinpattern sheet:
- Now go to the Tools panel and select the Stamp Tool which is the 4th tool down on the right.
- Select the butterfly sheet from the options panel and select a butterfly.
- Now click on the page and it will create a butterfly in the pattern you have selected. Each time you click a new butterfly is added. If you just want one size butterfly go to the diameter option on the option panel and drag the min and max together at the size you want.
- To save your picture, click the icon on the top right that looks like a disc. It will bring up a new tab or window. Right click the picture and select Save Image As.. Then save it to a location on your computer.