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  1. That worked like a charm. I definitely wish I had not glossed over blending modes this morning, lesson learned. Thanks!
  2. Hi everyone, I began looking for ways today to recreate this affect: Theres a red image, a blue image, and the black is where the overlap. I wanted a draggable canvas where the black area appeared as you dragged the blue image around over the red one. I immediately thought to use pixijs and began looking into masking the black image. Here is what I came up with: https://www.pixiplayground.com/#/edit/7~KRCG4gBR_GmsYZVSUsn (The transparent images appear to have problems in pixiplayground but they are working in my project's implementation). All 4 image links, the red, blue, black(black version of red) and mask(black version of blue) can be found in the playground above. If I apply a Graphic mask of just a black rectangle it works fine - but shows all of the black image of course. But if I use a black version of the blue image as a mask, the black image just never appears. Should I be masking this for a sprite mask with transparency a different way? Any help is appreciated.