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#1 Old 8th Feb 2017 at 7:52 AM
Default Having issues with an eyeshadow I made. Help please?
So I made a set of eyeshadow with a ton of swatches. I set the Composition Method to 0 for every swatch so that it would layer over skin details/custom skins. The problem is that only a few of the swatches are showing up over the skins. The rest are layering underneath. If I remove the skin details, everything shows fine. What am I doing wrong?

I've attached the .package below if anyone wants to see for themselves. Thanks for any help~
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Ms. Byte
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#2 Old 8th Feb 2017 at 4:41 PM
You need to set the Sort Layer to 5200, the correct value for eye shadow.

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#3 Old 8th Feb 2017 at 11:51 PM
Thank you! That completely fixed it. As a follow up questions, how come a few of the swatches were showing despite the 2100 layer?
Ms. Byte
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#4 Old 9th Feb 2017 at 1:11 AM
Hard to say. The Sort Layer was set to the same value as skin details, so I guess some other factor was determining which one got layered on top. Possibly it was random. EA works in mysterious ways!

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#5 Old 9th Feb 2017 at 1:59 AM
Ah, that makes sense. Thank you again!
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