Layer masking — overview Like in Photoshop.
You can add a bitmap mask to a layer to mask out unwanted fragments non-destructively
Layer mask in Infinite Painter is a 8-bit (grayscale) image that can be edited (almost) like a regular layer. You can paint on the mask, apply filters, tonal adjustments and any other tools. White areas on the mask reveal the layer content, black areas hide it.
Tap on the layer thumbnail to open the options pop-up
Tap on Mask icon to add mask to current layer
Learn more about using the layer panel on page 140
The mask initially is filled with white so it reveals the entire layer
Paint with black on the layer mask to hide fragments from the content layer. Learn more on page 166
Learn more about layer options on page 145
You can add a mask to a layer, to an adjustment/filter layer or to a group of layers. Only one mask can be added to each layer. Learn more about using layer masks on page 165
Infinite Painter’s Manual
Studio • Layers • Page 164
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