You can make lines in Omber in the same way that you make shapes.
To make a line, choose the Line tool from the tools panel on the left of the screen.
Draw the straight and curved segments that make up the line.
When you have finished making your line, you should choose the End Line button from the context panel at the top of the screen. And then your line is done.
To draw an outline around a shape, simply draw a line that returns back to the first point of the line. In this situation, you do not need to choose the End Line button to specify the end of the line.
Just as with shapes, lines can have gradients too. If you choose different colors for different points on a line, Omber will blend those colors together into a gradient over the line.
You can change the width of a line, and have different widths for different parts of the line. Similar to how you can change the current color, you can change the current width by choosing the "width" button at the lower-right of the screen.