Copying an image in Figma can be a useful tool for quickly creating multiple similar designs. It is also useful for making small tweaks to an existing design without having to start from scratch. Luckily, it’s easy to copy and paste images in the Figma design platform.
In order to copy an image within Figma, you will first need to select the image you wish to copy. After you have done this, you can either right-click on the image and select “Copy” from the contextual menu, or you can press “Ctrl + C” on a Windows computer or “Cmd + C” on a Mac computer. Once the image has been copied, you can then paste it by either right-clicking where you want to place the copied image in your design and selecting “Paste” or pressing “Ctrl + V” on a Windows computer or “Cmd + V” on a Mac computer.
If you need to make any changes before pasting the copied image, such as resizing or flipping it, this can also be done easily within Figma. To resize an image, simply use your mouse cursor to click and drag one of the corners of the selection box around your chosen image until it is at the desired size. To flip an image horizontally or vertically, right-click on it and select either “Flip Horizontally” or “Flip Vertically” from the contextual menu.
Conclusion: Copying images in Figma is simple, efficient and easy to do with just a few clicks of your mouse or keyboard shortcuts. With just a few steps you can quickly create multiple similar designs with just one original design as well as make small tweaks without having to start all over again from scratch!