I tried to make a new stroke because I am storyboarding for the first time in Blender and I thought rather than tweening something I could tween the stroke and then board the acting over using the tween of the old stroke as reference. Well I saved and closed and opened and now the old stroke everything is mirrored and it looks crazy.

Is all my work lost? Why is my old stroke mirrored? Also when I try to draw on my old stroke my new stroke disappears completely.

I can make it come back by selecting my new stroke but I can't go back and edit my old stroke and see my new stroke anymore. What is happening?

  • $\begingroup$ Ok, I figured it out. Somehow the stroke got duplicated and mirrored, I have no idea how. I still can't figure out why I can't see the other stroke while editing the original one. $\endgroup$ – blurrg blurrg Apr 7 at 20:42

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