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Layer mask goes underneath my other layer mask, which I want it on.

New Here ,
Aug 16, 2021 Aug 16, 2021

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Sorry for the confusing title. 

 

Baiscally, for an assignment I have to make a book front cover but the two masks I have- Lollipop and Lips, the lollipop won't go onto the Lips mask, instead it goes underneath it? What can I do to fix this? 

 

Kind regards,

Aisling.

 

(IMAGE ATTACHED- 1st Picture is the two masks-lollipop and lips, side by side together.

2nd Pic is when I try and place the lollipop mask onto to the lips but instead it goes underneath it.) 

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Aug 16, 2021 Aug 16, 2021

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You are not showing all of the Layers, so I can't tell for sure, but it looks like your Lolipop Mask group may be underneath the Lips layer (or Lips group, if there is one) in the Layers Pallet. 

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I just checked and I think you're right! I've hidden some of the extra copies I've made of the lollipop layer. I just clicked and dragged the Lolipop group to where my lips mask group was and both of them were together/merged in the same image! 

 

Thank you for your help 🙂

 

Kind regards,

Aisling. 

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