Hi Everyone! I have a question on how to make something like an inverted mask? Basically, I have a layer that's 30% black, and I want to cut a circle in it, and have that circle be animated. Has anyone done something similar?
Maybe you can actually use two layers with the same image. The background layer is the image with a grey overlay. The then you basically move the mask.y location over another layer with the same image and no fade.
Thanks for the suggestion Callil. A problem happens when I make the image a sublayer of the mask and move the mask, the image moves along with it, when it should be static... I'll keep trying to figure this out!
I would make a giant PNG with the hole cut out and just move/scale that around.
Jeremy Isn't this exactly what you just worked on?
Tanner, yes but in QC. Not sure how it would translate to framer.
quick and dirty proof of concept of the "giant PNG with hole" method: http://share.framerjs.com/g3xblw8dhcon/
Nice thinking George (Y) I don't see why this 'quick and dirty' way is worse than any other really!
Haha nice, thanks George!! I may have to make a GIANT png if I'm gonna scale this, but for now, this should work, thanks!
It may be easier to make a couple of PNGs instead of trying to reuse the same one over and over :)