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- Draw, paint, animate, and share
- Shapes in Adobe Fresco
- Pixel brushes
- Live brushes
- Vector brushes
- Mixer brushes
- Ribbon brushes
- Adjust pressure curve on stylus
- Paint inside boundaries
- Apply motion to artwork
- Free Transform tool
- Magic Wand tool
- Smudge tool
- Liquify tool
- Add and modify text
- Publish, export, and share
- Layer masks
- Access Creative Cloud libraries in Fresco
- Add your own font
- Grids alignment
- Adobe Fresco and Creative Cloud apps
- Cloud documents
- Examples, ideas, and inspiration
Learn how best to work with erasers in Adobe Fresco so you can easily edit and enhance your artwork.
While erasers can be used to remove parts of the layer or selected areas of an artwork, they are more handy when you work with multiple layers of an artwork. Erasing upper layers can show through the lower layers.
Types of erasers
Fresco offers pixel and vector erasers. Double-tap on the eraser tool to activate:
- Pixel erasers when you use pixel layer.
- Vector erasers when you use vector layer.
How to use erasers to enhance an artwork
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