Anyone missing the pressure curve of procreate? I don't see an alternative to this is fresco. Tell me if I'm missing something.
There is not yet a pressure curve setting (we are currently considering adding one).
You can, however, adjust pressure sensitivity in App Settings. Tap the gear icon in the upper nav of the Home screen then from the menu Input > Apple Pencil > Pressure Sensitivity.
Let me know if that helps.
I would also love a pressure curve! +1
Hi Stacey. .
I do share these requests with the team, but if you have a minute please also post it on https://adobefresco.uservoice.com.
I know it's an extra step but when all requests are all in one place the team can prioritize those features that are most important to the largest number of people. You can also access User Voice from within 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 taking the time to post.
Thank you, Sue, I will do!
Hi Sue cc Fresco for iPhone team. My question is about pressure sensitivity on iPhone. I can't find any place to adjust pressure sensitivity. I'm using an iPhone 10 Max. I do have pressure sensitivity on Adobe Draw and am able to vary the thickness of lines in that app - just not in Fresco. Looking forward to your reply. Thank you!
I haven't had a chance to check the iPhone version of the app, but I can imagine that its due to the fact that there's no dedicated pressure sensitive stylus for the iPhone, as opposed to the Apple Pencil/S-Pen/Wacom stylus of other devices
I thought the same thing too. I've been using fresco on my iPhone 8 for months and I've just got an iPad. I started using fresco on my iPad without an Apple Pencil (I haven't bought one yet) and all my brushes come out completely different than how they were on the iPhone fresco. I imagine it's something to do with pressure sensitivity and the lack of it on the iPhone compared to the iPad settings. Do you know how I could modify the iPad fresco brush settings so that they can allow for my finger use only and have the same pressure settings as my iPhone fresco did so that I can get the same brush effects? Because otherwise it seems as if there's no point me using the iPad for fresco if the brushes are completely different than the iPhone ones.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!