Previously people used to prefer to work on tablets of Wacom instead of iPad Pro. In last week Adobe’s launched its beta version of Fresco, the latest painting and drawing app for the iPad Pro to implement artwork directly on the digital platform. This app is just a plain fun which allows mixing of colors & permitting bloom of watercolors on the canvas.
Adobe Fresco was initially called Project Gemini. The unique selling proposition of Adobe Fresco is the availability of live brushes. This is purely based on the AI platform of Adobe Sensei, which help to create realistic oil paint and watercolor strokes. Just to headed for illustrators, the Adobe Fresco also allows artists to work with both raster and vector brushes which are used to did separately by Adobe’s earlier Sketch and Draw apps. The app also has options for more customization. It also allows users to import or download their brushes. This add-on is expected to launch at the end of the current year, which will provide the option of saving for files as Cloud PSDs. Cloud PSD is a new layout of file that will synchronize all changes throughout the innovative cloud and allows individual to switch between desktop and mobile devices effortlessly.
The user interference of Adobe Fresco is almost comparable to the forthcoming Photoshop app for iPad beta which provides facilities and tools such as move and/or transforms, paint bucket, brushes, and lasso on the left side. It also includes panels of layers with various blend modes. A selection tool is also accessible, though it does not trail the defined edges in the image. However, the text tool is not available in the app. While working on this app, it is observed that to drain battery life is very quickly and need to recharge an iPad frequently, which may lead to obstruction in the creation. Adobe Fresco is expected to available as a free app on the App Store for the 2019 iPad mini, iPad Pros, and iPad Air by the end of this year.