Hey, Fresco team, I Have a Question.
Is Natural Mixing Color Mode is a Realistic Color Mode?
I mean, the color mixing of the live brushes mixes realistically, but I am a bit confused by your question
And What is Real Color mode, and What is Natural Color Mode?
Digital colour is based on light, either additive (RGB) or subtractive (CMYK).
Digital colour does not work the same in regards to primary colours of physical paint RYB.
Fresco has RGB or HSB, where are you seeing Real or Natural Colour modes?
From previous questions I've seen Real colour refers to primary colours of paint RYB so in that regard no, Fresco doesn't work that way.
As far as natural colour, not sure what you mean either. Digital Colour Mixing will always be a bit different to physical colour mixing though because they work differently.
Hoping some of the above answers your question, it's still not very clear what you are asking.
Alright! Could Real Color Mode of Fresco live brush Oil Paint, Watercolor(and more) be released soon?
In the digital world real colour is RGB or CMYK. In physical paint world real colour is RYB.
All Digital apps use digital colour options. Some might have an option to replicate RYB but it still uses either RGB or CMYK.
I'm seeing this Real Colour Mode question a lot, either by you repeatedly or it has become a new catch phrase numerous people are asking about.
Would like to see a comment from Adobe on this topic, but other than that, if they're working on something which allows you to think that you're working in RYB then it hasn't been made public yet so we aren't in a position to give any idea if or when it might be getting released.
It also looks like your comment on UserVoice is the only one on this topic, it has no additional comments or votes yet which is something the developers look at when deciding what to work on. So it's possibly not even something they are considering yet.
Well... I Used the Live Brush Oils, It Can't Mixing Naturally Like this...
I don't think any 'digital' art app mixes 'naturally' you're working with light on a screen. It can't work the same way as far as I'm aware. If you want a specific colour use the colour picker.
If you want to blend colours within an image I think that would mostly happen on the edge of each colour rather than trying to create your own colours.
I want to draw some abstracted style paint through mixing colors from other paint tool. in this app, when I mix water color like this screen shot, it could make this green color from blue and yellow. But with using oil paint, it can't make the green one like from water color.
I want to make it through oil color to mix color to create other color options naturally. Because while I choose each of the color from pickers, it takes too much time to draw various color in the paper. And while I mix it, can't creat the exact color I wanted.
If the app can't do it, we can't help. The forum is a user to user response system.
If you want something added to the app use the Fresco UserVoice forum as mentioned previously.
Okay, Then...Can the Live Brush Oil Paint be Improved in the Near Future by being able to Color Blending Naturally so that Blue and Yellow can be mixed with Green like Live Brush Watercolor this Scene?
It is likely that this will only happen if you have posted on the Fresco UserVoice forum and either it gets lots of votes or the Development team think it is a really good/useful thing for them to add to their workload.
People who respond in these forums are mostly users of the software, we can't answer questions such is will or when this feature be added. We can only try to help you use the app as it currently exists.
Ok. So How Can I talk to the Development team?
It Will take a Long time for the Answer to Come out...