oh sorry i don't mean to ignore people i'm honestly super busy all the time... i only get to reply whenever i need a minute break off doing things in work @_@ i don't even have time to reply when i get home @_@. I'll get to your messages soon, sorry
She's a captive, inside of a jail, with people who might want to kill her.. and yet she still knows how to look cute and not give a care in the world... why can't I have a sister like that (then again, I'm probably die of stress if I had a sister who was like that, worrying so much )
when will you do another ps tutorial? when i have another layer and i fill a section up, it fills another one up! e.g. Layer one is a TV. i make layer two a wall, and i try to fill in the color, and it covers layer one. then i have to erase it and make sure it perfectly goes around the tv. you know a simpler way to fix that?
OH. I understand your problem now XD XD haha. Sorry.
Okay, let's say you have a layer:
Layer 2: Large Red Square Layer 1: Small White Circle
The Large square would cover over the white circle, obviously... I would just rearrange the layers, to:
Layer 1: Small Circle Layer 2: Large Square
If you can't do that for whatever reason and you want to do a selection---get the magic wand out, hit Contiguous and "Sample all Layers" Set the tolerance to a good level (you can alter it if the default one doesn't work out for you)... select all the areas around the circle, then do the fill on another layer.
Also, next time please just ask photoshop questions on my photoshop tutorials page! please. Unless it's a specific effect you see in the comic page
If one of the layers is the "background layer", then that's going to be a problem. You're going to have to duplicate the background layer first so you can move it around (you should neeeever draw on the background layer). Since you already finished your picture, just try messing around with a blank document, make like 5 or 6 new layers, and move around all the other layers besides the background layer. Play around with the program like that first to see what you're able to do