Do yourself a favor, don't torture yourself abusing
. This is a very usual mistake.
This control is only good to do something very simple, like showing just one picture (well, maybe changing it, but not often). When you try to do anything more tricky, such as dynamic, interactive, animated, etc., it turns out to be more of an obstacle then a help, eating up your development time, computer performance and extra resources, giving nothing useful in return.
Compared to what? To a custom control derived from
with graphics rendered in the handler of the event
, or, better yet, overridden virtual method
I explain how in my past answers:
How do I clear a panel from old drawing
draw a rectangle in C#
See also other answers:
What kind of playful method is Paint? (DataGridViewImageCell.Paint(...))
Drawing Lines between mdi child forms
capture the drawing on a panel