I've come across a very frustrating problem. Using adobe draw, I drew on top of an image layer, what was an object that I made using adobe capture. I then looked at the new image in adobe illustrator, before eventually going back to work in adobe draw. I wasn't paying very much attention to what I was doing because I didn't anticipate that I would need to know exactly what I was doing, but I somehow merged the layers (the object made in adobe capture with what I drew over it). When I opened the project back up in adobe draw, it was all on a singular draw layer that I could paint on or erase without issue. I was not aware that you couldn't paint or draw on image layers...until I started a new project planning to do what I had just done. Now every thread I search, every forum answer says that I should not have been able to do what I did, that image layers cannot be merged or edited in Adobe Draw. Well...somehow when examining my project in illustrator and then going back to Draw, I did and the project is still sitting on my ipad. Anyone have any idea on how to recreate what I did accidentally?
If I'm understanding correctly... I think what you may be confused about is where Capture shapes are brought in to Draw. They're brought in on drawing layers not photo layers. So it is possible to merge that with a layer you've drawn on.
Am I misunderstanding? Is that what happened?
Let me know.