I use Adobe Draw daily for work. Once I'm done with designs in the iPad I export them directly to Adobe Illustrator in my desktop computer. It's a very smooth process and it works perfectly, the files are transferred with all the layers.
Today I received an email from Adobe about the discontinuation of Adobe Draw, and its replacement app Adobe Fresco. The new app does not export files to Adobe Illustrator, it can export a PDF that you can open in Illustrator, but all the shapes are messed up and the layers are gone...
How can something that works so perfectly be messed up? Can someone from Adobe help?
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The current workflow to send the artwork to Illustrator is mentioned here: https://helpx.adobe.com/fresco/using/fresco-and-illustrator.html
You're right as of now, it can export as a PDF and then can be imported into Illustrator but we're working on improvising that workflow.
Stay tuned for more updates!
If we can have the same workflow as in Adobe Draw it would be great:
"Export > Open In > Adobe Desktop Apps", with all the vector layers preserved.
I work daily with Adobe Draw and Illustrator only, just vector files with a lot of layers...
When will this be implemented?
any update on this? fresco seems to still be quite useless (compared to Draw) when working in vectors on mobile then taking them onto desktop...
I totally understand your frustration here but the team is definitely working on these features.
I'd suggest please upvote for this feature request on our UserVoice here: adobefresco.uservoice.com so that the team can update you directly.