GUARTEE IF CORRECT Jack walked through the grocery store looking at various items he did not plan on

GUARTEE IF CORRECT Jack walked through the grocery store looking at various items he did not plan on buying. He was not there out of necessity—he did not need anything—but rather, he was there out of boredom. He needed to get out of the house. He had spent the afternoon staring at a blank canvas on which he was supposed to paint his final project for his art class. He was out of ideas. Then, as he stared at pork chops, he suddenly had an idea! He rushed over to the butcher and asked him for some butcher paper and a pen. Upon receiving the paper and pen, Jack began furiously scratching a picture on the paper. It was not a fully developed idea, but it was a start.

Based on its context in this passage, what does the writer mean by “scratching a picture”?
A.
to draw hurriedly or haphazardly
B.
to etch a design with nails or claws
C.
to make shallow cuts with a sharp tool
D.
to make a stencil with an X-ACTO knife