Maximum layers supported in Procreate can vary based on the capabilities of your specific iPad model. This is an important consideration if you're interested in using our Comic Book or Manga Templates.
So… How can I know for sure?
Here's how to test and ensure compatibility with your iPad before you add one of these Templates to your kart:
- Open Procreate on your iPad.
- Create a new custom canvas size with dimensions of 7,200 x 5,400 pixels at 300 dpi.
- Check the Maximum Layers number displayed.
If this number shows "7" or higher, then you're set to go! Your iPad is fully capable of opening our Comic or Manga Templates. However, if the Maximum Layers value is "6" or lower, we kindly recommend considering other options and refraining from purchasing these products.
Why do Comic Book & Manga Templates should hold up to 7 layers?
As these supplies are designed to assist you in laying out and structuring manga or comic projects, we highly recommend adopting a beneficial practice of organizing your work. It's ideal to keep guides, pagination, technical data, and art in separate layers.
Comic Book and Manga Templates thrive with a minimum of 7 layers to distribute all the available elements, while ensuring at least one layer is dedicated to your artwork. Of course, if you're interested in creating your artwork using more than one layer —so you can keep line art, color and effects apart— you can use as many as your iPad can display!
This approach allows for greater flexibility, easier editing, and efficient management of your project elements. By keeping these aspects neatly separated, you'll have a more streamlined workflow, making it a breeze to make adjustments, experiment with different styles, and achieve your desired artistic results.
We hope this post is helpful. And make the most of these amazing templates!