I was wondering, if there is a way to display multiple, consecutive sheets in fresco. I am looking for a way to have a single file that acts like a drawbook.
Thanks in advance!
It's a great suggestion. But we're not yet able to support multiple artboards (pages).
I do have a request: Will you post this idea to User Voice so other people can vote on it? It's quite easy to do from inside of Fresco.
* From the Home screen tap the gear icon in the upper right corner of the screen.
* Then from the App Settings menu go to Help > Support > Suggest a feature
Thanks for posting about this. I will share it with the team.
I don't see a way to also support Joe's idea from the gear icon, but I do see a way to make suggstions from the ? icon. Will that work?
Also, this was a feature on Sketch which worked great. I am wondering why adobe would essentially "go backwards" and delete the feature in Fresco. Now I have to have dozens of pages of drawings to consolidate for clients, kind of like a desk strewn with papers, rather than them being organized into folders. Not everyone is using this to draw the next Michelangelo, we are cranking out sketches for clients-.
Thanks for listening.
I'm just checking-in to see if you have enabled the feature where you can create a single document with multiple pages in Fresco? As this program replaced Adobe Draw, I thought it would have this feature. With Adobe Draw I would create multiple page comics each page with 20 layers. It was a convienient way to organize all pages. Are you adding this feature to Fresco as well?
I too really need the pages functionality to work. Fresco does have a lot of great features from Draw & Sketch, but does seem to miss some marks. Does anybody have an alternative app they like for keeping multi page projects together?
Not that I want to suggest something non-Adobe (I live in Adobe products!), but Procreate does have the ability to create a multi-page document and drawing session using their "Page Assist" function in Actions > Canvas.
Once Fresco has this feature, I'll never use Procreate again. Fresco is just easier to integrate with Illustrator and Photoshop.