2 Replies Latest reply on Aug 29, 2006 6:57 PM by BugMan1400

    more masking questions

    BugMan1400
      Is there a way to cut through 2 layers when masking? I am trying to fit a smaller oval into a larger oval, do a Fill-in between the two borders, then lay the product over a bitmap. Like the following:
      http://www.parkwalkcondos.com/
        • 1. Re: more masking questions
          llamaparsnip Level 1
          Draw your ellipse, copy and paste it (ctr-c, ctrl-v) then scale the copy up by 110%. Give it the colour you want . Cut your photo (ctr-x), then select the smaller ellipse and click Edit > Paste Inside. If you want an inner shadow, as in your example, click on the ellipse (the vector mask one) in the layers palette and add an inner shadow.
          • 2. Re: more masking questions
            BugMan1400 Level 1
            quote:

            Originally posted by: llamaparsnip
            Draw your ellipse, copy and paste it (ctr-c, ctrl-v) then scale the copy up by 110%. Give it the colour you want . Cut your photo (ctr-x), then select the smaller ellipse and click Edit > Paste Inside. If you want an inner shadow, as in your example, click on the ellipse (the vector mask one) in the layers palette and add an inner shadow.

            That worked GREAT!!! Mucho Thanks for the info.