Have you seen in
the Layer window or the Selection window?
Since it doesn't effect your drawing, you might ignore it. It doesn't look like
it affects you, but actually it does affect you. Let's look at this
mysterious symbol together.
When do you see this symbol, by the way? Look at the
It is in the process of drawing sketches. The rough sketch is already made
on the layer called "rough sketch", and the main lines are being drawn in the
separate layer called "Layer 2". (Another Tip: The opacity of the "rough
sketch" layer set at 20% not to mix with the main lines.)
The next thing I am going to do is to select the Move tool and drag the Layer
2 to the right.
You will see the consequence after doing that by the below picture.
Look at that! We got the
you understand what brings the symbol. It will show up when there is something
on the layer hidden on the screen. You might want to fix it. Using
"Undo" is one of your choices. Or using the Move tool and dragging it back is
another option. But here is a question.
Suppose you really like the picture, can you leave it as is? Does this symbol
affect your project somehow? The answer is "YES". The part out of your
sight is just hidden, which means it is still a part of the file. So that
part uses up memory on your PC, and that is just waste!! CG
illust offers a solution for you. Choose the "Edit" menu from the
Layers window, and select "Trim Margin". Try it, so that you will see
is gone, and the
hidden part is eliminated.