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I want to create the effect of trype on a plain-coloured shape being cut out to reveal an image below.

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Right click on the type layer in the layers panel and in Blending options turn Fill to 0% and Knockout to shallow

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Thanks Dave

 

That's what I was trying, but it's not doing anything for me. I must be missing something?

 

 

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Aha! I have it!

 

I spotted that I didn't have the image as the background.

 

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Thanks! I appreciate your help.

 

Regards

 

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If you are knocking through to an intermediate layer below the shape (rather than the background as I showed) put the type layer and the shape in a group. The type blend settings are the same (shallow knock out and 0% Fill)

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Again, thanks Dave. I'm playimg around with it now.

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