Jeff George Posted February 23, 2019 Share Posted February 23, 2019 (edited) I am making an image that will be used as a book cover. I have a background layer that is a template that will eventually be hidden. The next layer I added from a file, which is another image will be in the center of the cover. The next layer I added will be a colored layer where I will put text, etc. The problem I'm running into is that when I use the Paint Bucket tool to fill Layer 3 with my desired color it only covers an area the size of Layer 2 (the image) instead of all of Layer 3. How do I fully full this empty layer with color? In fact, I will probably add a 4th layer, leaving the 3rd layer as nothing more than a full color layer. That way when I'm adding text, etc. on Layer 4 I can turn off Layer 3 and still the template behind the color flooding. EDIT: Even if I remove the 2nd Layer (image) the remaining layer will only color in an area corresponding to the removed layer. It's as if once I import that image all subsequent layers have the size of that layer. Even if I delete everything except the original template layer there is still a small rectangle in the middle of the screen that corresponds to the size of old image layer. Edited February 23, 2019 by Jeff George Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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