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Changing Colours in a Fresco Design in Photoshop?

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I'm designing some murals in Fresco that I want to offer in a number of different colours, am I able to import the file into Photoshop and change the colours of each element there?

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Changing Colours in a Fresco Design in Photoshop?

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I'm designing some murals in Fresco that I want to offer in a number of different colours, am I able to import the file into Photoshop and change the colours of each element there?

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Hi Sarah. 

 

You don't even have to "import" Fresco work into Photoshop to work on it further there.

 

Fresco documents are saved to Cloud Documents and that folder is available from within Photoshop so you can open them and work on them directly from Photoshop.

 

Does that answer your question?

 

Sue.

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Hi Sue,

 

That's great to know. Am I able to change the colours of my designs right in Fresco? Like could I duplicate a file and then change the colour of the layers of each new colour combo I wanted?

 

Thanks,

Sarah

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Sarah. 

 

I can't tell exactly what you're trying to do, but yes, you should be able to do that in Fresco too.

 

Definitely duplicate the file first.

 

Sue.

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