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How to clip layer?

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Jun 14, 2023 Jun 14, 2023

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Hi, in the screenshot I'm trying to clip the web onto the red bit. I'm really confused on how to do this, if I sellect all > clipping mask > mask > then it erases the layers and makes them blank?? Why is this clipping mask so confusing. I'm used to working and drawing in procreate so im really confused on how this works. Why doesn't it just clip to the layer below it? Is there a certain way I order the layers?

 

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Community Expert , Jun 14, 2023 Jun 14, 2023

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You need to have a copy of Layer 3 at the top of the stacking order (above 5 and 4), or just a circle with the same size and position, to use it as the Clipping Mask.

 

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b3rrie,

 

You need to have a copy of Layer 3 at the top of the stacking order (above 5 and 4), or just a circle with the same size and position, to use it as the Clipping Mask.

 

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