The latest update of Fresco brings an exciting new workflow with cloud docs and that help teams work more closely.
1. Invite to edit: Collaborate seamlessly by inviting others to edit your Cloud documents on any of the apps such as Photoshop, Ps on iPad, Illustrator or Ai on iPad. Click on the invite to edit button to invoke the edit menu from where you can invite people to work on your cloud doc.
To work on a document shared with you, tap Your work > Shared with you from Fresco’s Home screen.
Note: It is important that each user closes the document before the other user tries to open it. If both the users are trying to edit the document at the same time, they’ll get a warning that someone else is editing the file.
2. Mixer brush advancements: Other than blended strokes now having a real-world feel, they are also more responsive.
3. Winter 2020 brushes: Kyle T. Webster's most recent set includes halftone, marker and wild grass brushes along with a duo of Snowy Hills brushes inspired by legendary Disney artist Eyvind Earle. To start painting strokes of this brush pack (you need to be a paid member), tap on Pixel brush menu > + (at the bottom) > Discover new brushes.
4. Pattern making with Adobe Capture: Transform layered artwork into a repeating vector pattern in just a few taps.
To get started, open a drawing and tap Share > Publish & Export > Capture pattern. Clicking on the Capture pattern will route you to the Capture app with all your layers available to select. To learn about the workflow for creating patterns in Capture, please see Adobe Capture FAQ.
Once the pattern is created, save it to your CC library to access it across apps.