Advanced Member phoenixart Posted August 31, 2022 Advanced Member Report Share Posted August 31, 2022 (edited) I'm testing the Clip Mask Layer function, and it works fine if I create a new layer to use it as a mask, and I paint on it. I would expect it to work when linked to the Cavity RGB layer, but in that case I see no change in the layer I'm trying to mask out. For instance, in this screenshot, the dark area is the result of the mask I painted on the layer "Mask": But then, if I link the Cavity Map instead, I don't get any variation: And if I invert the Clip Mask, the whole layer is hidden: I tried using the AO layer as a mask, but I guess the contrast in the AO is too subtle to actually create any usable value for masking. I thought I could use the Cavity map as a mask in the Clip Layer as well. Is that not the case? Edited August 31, 2022 by phoenixart Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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