Layer Order1:38 with Ashley Burke
Setting your layers to the correct order is vital for your project layout.
So now we are going to create the eraser. 0:00 And for the eraser, I wanna keep these rounded edges a little bit, 0:03 so maybe it's just gently used. 0:08 [LAUGH] So we'll go to the Rectangle Tool and choose Rounded Rectangle. 0:10 If you want to change the rounding of these edges you can hit the up and 0:17 down arrows and that will increase and decrease the angle. 0:21 I'm gonna change it to red. 0:25 And so, now the layer order does matter and 0:31 this red shape is on top of these other layers. 0:34 And looking over on my layers panel, I can see things got a little disorganized, so 0:38 I'm gonna select these parts of the pencil and 0:43 move them into the correct layer, okay. 0:47 And this red shape, it's the eraser, you want that to be at the very bottom. 0:50 And this metal shape here, I'm going to my selection tool 0:57 this should be at the top and I can drag this on top there are s shortcut keys. 1:01 So command open bracket will 1:07 move it down and command close bracket will brig it up, 1:12 you can see it moving over here on the layers panel. 1:17 And in real time. 1:21 Great. I'll make this a little smaller. 1:24 And this needs to be, there we go. 1:28 Let's see. 1:33 Yeah. 1:35 I think that's looking very nice. 1:35
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