Tutorial 63: Specific Transparency

Joe Clay | Mar 24, 2017

With specific transparency, we can have layers that are transparent when they cross other layers, but are otherwise opaque. This way you can keep a client's color palette accurate, or you can have layers that are selectively transparent so only certain layers below show through. Maybe I should have called this tutorial Selective Transparency? Too late now. There's no turning back.

I also made a new intro and recorded a quick riff for it. Let me know what you think and I'll see you guys next week.

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