I’m currently teaching myself to use Toon Boom, so sorry if this is a rather mundane question but I haven’t been able to figure this out for a little while now.
I’m learning about animating with pegs and have the general principles worked out, the way you can stack layers inside one another so that moving one in turn moves others with it.
The thing I’m stuck on is how to make a layer appear above the layer it’s stacked inside of. (sorry if my terminology is all wrong, I’m not 100% certain of what the technical terms used in Harmony are just yet)
As an example, I’ve made an arm in three parts. The bicep, the forearm and the hand.
So at the top is the bicep, then the forearm and then the hand. So the hand moves freely, the forearm also moves the hand and the bicep moves the forearm and the hand.
But I want the hand to visually appear ABOVE the forearm.
I haven’t been able to find any shortcut that equate to “bring to front” or anything of the sort, so I would really appreciate it if somebody can help me out with this!
I’ve attached a screenshot incase my strained explanation didn’t quite work