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Draw Behind.

The draw behind feature is located in the tool properties panel of some of the drawing tools, such as the brush tool or the pencil tool. In Storyboard Pro, when you create strokes, the newer strokes are layered on top of the older strokes. For example, the black outline of this character was already drawn. So if I draw on top of it, my new strokes are layered on top. However, there are moments where you might want to have your newer strokes layered underneath your previous strokes, such as when you're adding shading to a character. So in order to do this, you simply need to click on the Draw Behind button, and then start drawing. As you can as the newer strokes pop behind.