How to do clipping mask in photopea?

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To do clipping mask in photopea, go to the layer panel, select the layer and then open the popup and click on the clipping mask. It will make a clipping mask.

Today, I am going to show you how I do clipping mask in photopea.

Clipping masks are another very popular property in PSD files. When a layer is set to be a clipping mask, it is applied only to the layer beneath it (the bottom layer “clips” the clipping mask layer).

Table of contents

  • Create a shape.
  • Insert image.
  • Go to layer panel.

Let’s start with the first step.

Step 1: Create a shape.

Select the shape-tool, This can be done by clicking on the icon depicted below located in the toolbar down the left side of the screen, or by hitting the g button on your keyboard.

Photopea, shape-tool

Step 2: Insert image.

Open the photopea and Select photo, it will open a file browser or download folder you can select the image. And click open button.

Photopea, image

Step 3: Go to layer panel.

Going to the right side of the photopea, in the layer panel, first select the layer, When a layer is set to be a clipping mask, it is applied only to the layer beneath it (the bottom layer “clips” the clipping mask layer). When there is a “chain” of clipping masks, all of them are applied to the first layer beneath them, which is not a clipping mask.

Photopea, clipping-mask

To make a layer a clipping mask, you can right-click it and select Enable Clipping Mask / Disable Clipping Mask.

Photopea, final-image

When you follow the above steps then it will clipping mask in photopea.

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