Fresco is the drawing experience from Adobe that has lots of features, but is it really useful in design? In this video, get a quick overview of the app and its key features to see if it is something you can use in your work.
- [Instructor] Hello, and welcome to Design Tools Weekly, … with me, Tony Homer. … If you haven't had a chance to check out Adobe Fresco yet, … which is available for the iPad, … and also available on certain Windows devices, … then it really is worth a look. … And if the question you're asking yourself is, … "Is this something I could use in my design workflow?" … Then I would think the answer is a resounding yes. … I'm just going to come out of the document here, … which is something I'm working on … as part of a concept drawing here, … and I'll go ahead and open a new document. … Now, of course in the five minutes or so that we've got here … to have a look at this, … we're not going to get through every single feature, … but there's a perfectly good course … here on the library where you can learn more about Fresco … by my friend, Teresa Jackson, … but let's have a look at some of the brushes. … So it's basically like a super enabled drawing version … of Photoshop in many ways. … You've got a whole bunch of brushes here from Kyle Webster. …
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