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Clip masks seem to work well with opacity to determine what is clipped and what isn't.


Are they also meant to work where White is shown and Black is masked out? I cant seem to get a simple black and white mask to work as a clipping mask as one would expect. i.e. how photoshop operates.

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Ahh yes. It should work that way, but doesn't. Basically where any paint is, regardless of color, is considered a mask. To equate to PS, all paint is white, or clipped. To reveal, use the eraser tool.


I wish we could just paint black and white, place the layer above and make it a clip mask, ala PS. Makes more sense than digging through a menu to me. Some day maybe.

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