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I am trying to make a 2d animation in blender and appreciate the grease pencil tools. However, I find it hard to say keep a tree in the background for multiple frames. Is there a way to make one layer remain constant when adding new frames? I have tried locking the layer, but that in turn locks everything which I don't want. If I want a guy to walk in to a city, I want the landscape locked, but the character himself not. How should I go about doing this? Thanks so much.

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    $\begingroup$ I'm also trying to do that and I think what we need is multiple greasepencil objects, but how? $\endgroup$ – wilks May 21 '18 at 8:37
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Like wilks suggests, the easiest route might be to add another grease pencil object for background elements. The images below show one way to do that.

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