With Adobe Fresco on your iPhone, you're all set to create magic on the canvas! Use your favorite drawing tools to create, modify, and seamlessly export your designs across devices and platforms while on the move.
Read on to discover the features and functionalities of Fresco on the iPhone. Before you start your creative journey, check the supported iPhone versions that lets you be creative on the go!
The workspace in Fresco on the iPhone allows you to quickly create, edit, and export your documents all from one location. Read on to learn how to use the reimagined workspace to get started with your design journey!
From the Home screen, you can start creating your designs and proceed to the editing workspace. In the workspace, you can find your favorite Fresco tools and other options that will equip you to create and retouch your artwork.
B - File Sync: Displays the sync status of your cloud documents. When you are offline, the icon changes to .
C - Create New: Create a cloud document.
D - Import and Open: Import and open Photoshop files, Sketch projects or Draw projects.
F - Learn: Explore the many possibilities of using Fresco on the iPhone through these tutorials.
G - Discover: Browse creations on Behance. Follow creators and watch professionals in the creative industry livestream their creative process.
A simple and intuitive workspace lets you focus on your creative work. The Editor screen is a gateway to your drawing tools and their controls. Want to edit and enhance your artwork? Work with a single layer or with multiple layers to keep different elements of your artwork separate.
A - Tool bar: Access tools to create and modify your designs.
B - Selected tool: Toggles between the selected tool and the options for that tool.
C - Top panel: Options to undo, redo, and export.
D - Layer stack: Access layer stack. Don't see them? Tap the layer preview icon.
Need a flexible workspace to edit and enhance your artwork? Tap on the Layer preview icon to hide the layer stack. Tap on the layer icon again to show the layer stack so you can rearrange layers and move some elements of your artwork to the foreground or background. When the layer stack is hidden, the layer preview icon is a mini-thumbnail of the selected layer or layer group.
With a virtual smorgasboard of powerful brushes at your fingertips, you can create natural looking digital paintings that reproduce gorgeous watercolors and creamy oil paint textures.
G - Color: Select a color.
H - Brush size: Choose a suitable brush size.
I - Flow: Change the flow of the pigments to your brush.
J - Smoothening: Controls the smoothing of your brush.
K - Brush Settings: Control the spacing , blend mode, etc., of your strokes.
L - Reset: Change back to default settings.
Finding your way around the tools within Fresco is going to be key to how efficiently you design your artwork. From mixing colors together with the brush to integrating texture, Fresco contains brushes crafted to look and feel like traditional ones.
F - Color: Open the color panel.
G - Selected tool: Toggles between the selected tool and the options for that tool.
H - Selection actions: Prompt to close or cancel the lasso selection.
I - Selection: Select a part of the active layer.
J - Selection actions: Choose from any of the available actions while a selection is active on the canvas.
Tap between normal and full screen modes and hide or unhide your tools and layers for maximum space and unhindered creativity.
Use touch shortcuts to access alternate actions of a selected tool on your device. You can quickly perform common actions using gestures to interact with the touch-based user interface.
Behance has a variety of artwork created with Adobe Fresco. Tap on the videos to see streams created by artists showcasing their workflow in the app.