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I want to draw something hidden behind VDBclouds, but the Grease Pencil is always at the forefront of the view.

What should I do?

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This is when you use viewlayers.

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Create two collections [Front, Back]

In the Front collection put the Clouds that should be covering the monkey.

In the Back collection put the the monkey and other clouds, and the background image.

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Label the layer front

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Then hide the back.

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Next create a new view layer.

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Call it Back. And hide the front.

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Then enable transparency on the output and set-up your compositor like this.

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Unfortunately you cannot put the monkey INSIDE a volume. You would have to use a gradient to cut the volume in half and render it that way if that was what you wanted

But that's how you do that.

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