How do you code two overlays in a scene at once?

How can I place two overlays in a scene? This is what I have…

INT. HOSPITAL YOUR ROOM with PPLBRUISE2 to 1.019 70 45 in zone 1
@overlay 6285585310089216_PPLBRUISE2 shifts to 47 267 in zone 1
@overlay 6285585310089216_PPLBRUISE2 scales to 0.371 0.371
@overlay 6285585310089216_PPLBRUISE2 moves to layer Max Layer

I want to add the overlay, PURPLE BRUISE 1. Can someone please help me with this?

Here’s how you’d add multiple overlays in a scene.

Example first way:

INT. HOSPITAL YOUR ROOM with PURPLE BRUISE 1 to 1.019 70 45 in zone 1 at layer 5 with PPLBRUISE2 to 0.371 47 267 in zone 1 at layer 6
#scene

Example second way:

INT. HOSPITAL YOUR ROOM

&overlay PURPLE BRUISE 1 create
&overlay PURPLE BRUISE 1 scales to to 1.019 1.019 in 0
&overlay PURPLE BRUISE 1 shifts to 70 45 in zone 1 in 0
&overlay PURPLE BRUISE 1 to layer 5
&overlay PURPLE BRUISE 1 opacity 1 in 0

&overlay PPLBRUISE2 create
&overlay PPLBRUISE2 scales to 0.371 0.371 in 0
&overlay PPLBRUISE2 shifts to 47 267 in zone 1 in 0
&overlay PPLBRUISE2 to layer 6
&overlay PPLBRUISE2 opacity 1 in 0

#scene

#Basically, you can add your overlay(s) to the background name using with or you can use the create command for putting multiple overlays in your scene (if you use the create command, you must add the opacity to make it visible). There’s a bunch of combinations you can do :blob_hearts:

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This helps me so so much. Thank you!!!

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