Go to the Graffiti Editor and use the stylus to select the tool in the upper-left corner of the bottom screen. Next, at the color palette at the bottom, select the bright red that is in the bottom row and color the top part of the board red so that two-thirds of the board remain. Make sure you color every part of the top portion. Next, select the bright green in the bottom row in the color palette and color the middle section green. Again, make sure you get every part in the middle section. Finally, use the bright blue in the bottom row of the palette and color the entire bottom section blue. Once you have done that, double-check that you have everything colored in and haven't missed a spot, and that every color takes up one-third of the board. Now, in the color palette, touch the color in the top row all the way to the left, then touch the color swapper tool (the object that looks like two boxes with an arrow between them). You will have a picture of two stick men holding various objects. Do the entire process again, except this time do it in the Board Editor. When you have filled the board with the appropriate colors in the correct places as described above, select the "transparent" color and choose the color swapper tool. The picture will magically change into a pixelated Scottish man, complete with kilt and golf club.