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i am trying to get layers 3 and 5 also to show but they wont show unless i deactive layers 1 2 4 6

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Sep 06, 2022 Sep 06, 2022

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i cannt make all layers see able and they wont layer unless i turn layer 1 2 4 6 off and then it will only show 3 or 5 and i dont know how to merge them all togheter, can someone help me with this. i dont know waht i am doing wrong. i also would love to make the clean picture an pathstyle tattoo with clear and solid lines but i dont know how to do that.

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Community Expert , Sep 06, 2022 Sep 06, 2022

@Dante Darie25984053m4xi 

 

I'm not sure that merging groups will help. Try this first: 

 

You are hiding the contents of Group 4, so we have no idea what is in that and can't address it.

 

The layers in Groups 1 and 2 have masks that reveal portion of the image and allow the images underneath to show through.

 

The layers in Groups 6, 3, and 5 have masks that are solid white and show only the contents of the current layer, hiding the contents of the layers underneath.

 

(Groups 6 and 3 also hav

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Sep 06, 2022 Sep 06, 2022

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Hi @Dante Darie25984053m4xi ,

Right-click on the group you wish to merge in the Layers panel and choose Merge Group.

Let us know how you go

mj

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@Dante Darie25984053m4xi 

 

I'm not sure that merging groups will help. Try this first: 

 

You are hiding the contents of Group 4, so we have no idea what is in that and can't address it.

 

The layers in Groups 1 and 2 have masks that reveal portion of the image and allow the images underneath to show through.

 

The layers in Groups 6, 3, and 5 have masks that are solid white and show only the contents of the current layer, hiding the contents of the layers underneath.

 

(Groups 6 and 3 also have a filter from the Filter Gallery on a portion of the image.)

 

To reveal what is on the lower layers, paint with black on the layer masks for the layers in Groups 6 and 3. You may or may not need to touch up the Layer Masks for in the layers for Groups 1 and 2, and we have no idea about the hidden Group 4.

  • Use the Brush tool
  • Stay on the Layer Mask (not the image)
  • Use pure black and white: type "D" to confirm, then "X" to switch.

 

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Jane

 

 

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Thank you Jane, it worked what you said and i got to finish my piece.

here is the result if interested

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You're welcome, @Dante Darie25984053m4xi , I'm happy to help.

 

Jane

 

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