Joe Bernstein
Nov 1, 2023 ⋅ 3 min read

How to crop a shape in Figma

Joe Bernstein Product designer with a focus on data analytics, interface design, and design systems.

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One Reply to "How to crop a shape in Figma"

  1. Good article, thank you for sharing! Just a minor addition. For the image masking, make sure the eclipse is first sent to the back using the right click option. Then select both layers and click mask. Was racking my brain wondering why the image wasn’t getting cropped. And make sure your eclipse fill is set to 100%. Hope this helps.

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