is there a stroke stabilizer/correction in fresco?

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Jan 04, 2021

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1. is there a setting which stabilises the stroke?

for instance it would help if you have shaky hands it as it would make the drawing much smoother as you draw it

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2. is there a setting which makes the brushes predictive?

so for example, if you attempt to draw a perfect circle, it automatically corrects it to a perfect looking circle

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please let me know if doesn't make sense - it's hard to explain!

 

 

 

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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1. Yes, when in Vector you have a snaky line at the bottom of the tools this allows you to alter smoothing giving a much smoother path for shaky hands. Not available under Live or Pixel brushes.

 

2. There was an experimental feature which allowed for the creation of straight lines if you held the pencil at the end of a stroke. I'm not sure where that feature is at. I thought it was added, but for me my lines are not straightening. There is a shape tool which you can use now but it seems to mainly be for filling shapes rather than drawing a stroke.

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> There was an experimental feature which allowed for the creation of straight lines if you held the pencil at the end of a stroke.

App settings > Input > Snapline

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