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Thank you all, very pleased I have reached a point where I'm very happy with work I'm producing in Affinity, and increasingly feeling frustrated if I have to venture back into illy.

 

I'm sure there is a vid to explain the masks, but a quick description its really very simple, drag the object you want under and to the right of the object you want it in (see attached screen grab) 

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Okay, that is clever.  I'd figured out clipping but hadn't been able to get masking yet.  It'll take a bit of practice but I imagine one could create some pretty complex shapes using just those two tools.  :-)  Thank you very much for the help!  I think I know how I will impliment masking in my next Affinity experiment. 

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