Colors are just a click away from you when you are drawing and painting in Adobe Fresco. Picking a color from your canvas or choosing a color from the color wheel is just like dipping a real brush in a color palette.
And there are benefits that only a digital tool can give you - like quick access to recently used colors (your color history).
Your color tools in Adobe Fresco are Color Chip and Eyedropper . Both of these tools are right there on the Adobe Fresco toolbar.
Tapping the Color Chip icon opens the Color panel, and you'll find the color wheel to play with hue, saturation, opacity, and more.
- Tap the Color Chip icon to display the Color panel.
- Move the color stop on the color wheel to choose a color.
- Adjust the hue, saturation, and brightness using the HSB sliders. Similarly, use RGB sliders to fine-tune the color you have chosen.
- Select a brush or the Fill tool to apply the color to your artwork.
You can now use the Fill tool for faster and more precise recoloring while preserving the targeted color pattern of the original artwork.
The recolor fill uses the existing fill behavior with color tolerance value and enables lock transparency for the fill operation.
In Fill settings, you can tap Preserve transparency toggle button to enable or disable the transparency.
- If you enable, the fill operation activates the lock transparency.
- If you disable and recolor, the current state of transparency is preserved.
Long-press with your finger on the canvas to invoke the Eyedropper tool and quickly sample any color.
In Adobe Fresco, you don't have to worry about managing foreground and background colors. The Color Chip icon shows the most recent color used, including the opacity.
Adobe Fresco makes it easy for you to access your color themes and swatches from Creative Cloud libraries, which appear automatically in the color panel. For more information, see Access Creative Cloud libraries in Fresco.
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