I made a rectangular 3D box comprised of solids and 2 images, totaling 6 layers for the box. I have a 7th layer labeled "center" , a rectangular image inside the box.
Everything is set to 3D.
Everything is set to visible.
Everything is as 100 percent opacity, all layers start and end at the same time on my time line.
Ok so the problem is, when I'm rotating my box around, I noticed layers are missing. Like I can see right through the top layer, its as if I never made layer there. This is not good. I checked everything, it is the way it is supposed to be.
I then started messing with my layer order, putting the top at the highest composition order. Top layer comes back, but it's blocking thing everything behind it, as if it is behaving as a 2d layer. This also causes another layer to be missing.
I hope I was clear in my post, I really don't understand what I am doing wrong here.
Post a screenshot. Have you enabled layer styles or added an adjustment layer? We don't really know anything about your system. We really don't know much about your composition. As long as there are no adjustment layers or layer styles or other things applied to the solid layers that may break the rendering order things should work fine. Your comp should start with just 6 layers and a camera.
You have applied a layer style, effect or something else to your layer that breaks 3D rendering order.
YES! Thank you so much, I had a few color overlay layer styles just to help me visualize what I was doing that I didn't actually need. I deleted them, the problem has gone away!