Get introduced to Adobe Fresco and the possibilities it brings to your creative journey.
Adobe Fresco is a drawing and painting app built for touch and stylus devices to help artists unleash their creativity wherever inspiration strikes. With Adobe Fresco on your iPhone, the world is your studio. Adobe Fresco is also available on iPad and Windows.
Start drawing and painting with an amazing collection of built-in brushes. Adobe Fresco's live brushes are unique; use them to get a natural watercolor or oil look in your paintings.
Just download the app and express your creativity!
Read this engaging post to understand why we developed Adobe Fresco and how we arrived at the name. Understanding how we arrived at that name will help you understand a lot about the app itself.
Adobe Fresco is for both new artists and seasoned artists. Its interface is simple and intuitive; all of the essential tools illustrators need for their workflow are right there. You can easily customize the Adobe Fresco interface and place the toolbar on either the left or right side of your workspace. Watch this video to become familiar with the Adobe Fresco interface.
Adobe Fresco's built-in brush collection is incredible. You get thousands of sophisticated pixel, live, and vector brushes for your varied needs: illustrations, sketches, animes, watercolor and oil paintings, photo collages, and more. You can even add to the collection by bringing in your favorite Photoshop brushes and the brushes of the celebrated brushmaker Kyle T. Webster.
Adobe Fresco documents are synced to your Creative Cloud account. You can seamlessly work with Photoshop. You can also transfer your documents to Illustrator as PDFs that will preserve the layers in your artwork. If you are an Adobe Sketch or Adobe Draw user, we will automatically migrate your work to Adobe Fresco the first time you sign in to the app.
Check out our Drawing & Painting page for the latest news on what we are up to with drawing and painting at Adobe.
Adobe Fresco adds motion charm to boring static images in your story. You can now have great fun with your illustrations and make them move and groove by animating them, using frame-by-frame or motion path technique. Check out Apply motion to your artwork.
Motion applied using Adobe Fresco
We've answered the common questions about Adobe Fresco in this article.
If you still have a question to ask or an idea to share, come and participate in Adobe Fresco Community. We would love to hear from you and also see your Adobe Fresco creations.