You have several options:
We don't want our drawings to look like this, and that's why we don't have flood fill, different pencil sizes, or a ton of color choices.
Outcomes drawn by our community move from the Newest page to the Community Heart Beat based on a mysterious mathematical formula divined by ancient saucerors. We asked the most ancient-est and longest bearded sauceror of them all for advice about getting onto the Heart Beat, and he said, "Raspberry sundae!" Which we can only assume means he has gone senile.
We'll give you our advice instead: Create outcomes that get lots of hearts. Invite your friends to join Scribbls, and guilt them into hearting your stuff. Community members with a higher average number of hearts per outcome are more likely to see their drawings reach the Heart Beat.
Pencils pretty much only come in one size when you're drawing on paper in real life. We actually had different pencil sizes and flood fill for a while, but we HATED what it made us draw. We're trying to keep things simple. MS Paint can be fun, but we're more used to doodling in our notebooks while not paying attention during class and work meetings. That's the experience we're trying to recreate on Scribbls.
Unlocking green is very easy! Just invite a friend to join you on Scribbls.
The best part is that your friend will be green with envy since you will now be drawing with green and they will not. (Well, at least not until they invite somebody, too.)
The best rule of thumb is "don't be a jerk," but here are some good guidelines to follow if you don't want your drawings deleted:
If you break these rules repeatedly your drawing privileges may be suspended, or you may be banned from the site.
If we let everybody draw their own ninja or pirate or whatever the site would be more complex and therefore less fun. This website isn't about who can draw the best ninja, it's about inventing new combinations of two different drawings. It would be really lame if you had to choose from 50 different ninja drawings every time you wanted to draw an outcome using ninja plus something else.
The whole point of Scribbls is to add on to previous drawings. If you delete your drawing, we'd have to delete everything everybody else drew using your drawing. That would be like deleting Star Wars after they filmed the movie Space Balls. And hey, don't worry, if you break the rules or submit something that is total crap the moderators will probably delete it before anybody can make fun of you.
Not exactly. We cherish participation and equality, but the fact of the matter is most of our users speak English, and more importantly, most of the moderators can't read anything else. If we can understand it, we will probably leave it, but everything else is going to get deleted. Of course, the irony here is that the people who need to be reading this probably can't.
Please, pretty please, with sugar on top, tell us what happened using our bug report form.
Ask nicely, and we'll see what we can do.
Just like the Stonecutters, we've looked deep within your soul and assigned you a number based on the order in which you joined.
Is it secret? Is it safe? Don't worry, we're better than Frodo when it comes to protecting your ring... err, email address.
Scribbls was created by Watermelon Sauce.