We want to show you one of the first great creative tools optimized for the surface, Adobe fresco, our new painting and drawing app.
As you'll see, fresco recreates the feeling of painting and drawing with natural materials, especially with our live brushes, that we reproduce the behavior, the actual behavior of oil and watercolor paints.
So please welcome my colleague, Jinjin Sun, who will demonstrate Adobe Fresco.
And I'm ready to start sketching, so I'm gonna start by just blocking in a sketch.
And I think I'm ready for line work now, so I I will lighten this and go in with lines, so for the lines I'm gonna use Fresco's vector of brushes which are really nice for lines because they remain super crisp and clear no matter how far you're zoomed in or out.
They are also responsive to pressure Which creates a really nice natural feeling line.
Great, so I don't need my sketch anymore.
It's time for color and I think I'll start with the lips.
So I'll make sure the pencil brush is selected and I'll pick a pink.
And I'll just start coloring in there.
You can see I've gone outside the lines and need to clean that up.
So I'll zoom in.
You can see those vector lines do super crisp even at 400%.
And all I need to do is turn this pen around and use the back of it to just start erasing just like with a real pencil [APPLAUSE]
That's done and I can add some more shading so I think I will add some teal eye shadow here again with the pencil brush and this pen.
When I'm using the tip, I get a nice fine, sharp line but if I lay the pen on its side and use light Pressure, I can get this nice blended soft effects, just like with a real tangible item.
So I'll just finish out a little bit more shading.
And then go to another one of our pixel brushes for maybe some more texture.
So I think I'll try the block staying here.
Use some pink, get that in and then use dark blue for the shirt.
So for the hair, I'd like to use our live oil brushes.
And these are really exciting because they blend just like real oils.
So just start by laying in some of that dark blue.
And then I'll add green.
With that and you can see we get a really beautiful blending and smearing just like with real oil.
I love doing this, so much, so much fun.
So I'll finish out with some yellow.
That highlight in there.
And to close this out, I'll just round out the background with some textures.
I'll go back to my trusty pixel brushes, choose a spatter texture, and just start going in to round out that background.
And all that's left is to sign it.
So, I'll go ahead, put my signature on that.
And just finish out.
And there we go.
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