Adobe Fresco – Illustrate with Layer Masks (New Skillshare Class)

I’m so excited about my new Skillshare class…Create Illustrations using Layer Masks in Adobe Fresco!!

Adobe came out with a new drawing app called Fresco. I wasn’t a big fan of the other drawing apps they had, but this one has a lot of pluses. I am a Procreate fan, so I was a bit skeptical when I first heard about Fresco.

You can download Fresco at no cost if you have an Adobe CC subscription. Otherwise, you can download and pay for the app monthly.

My favorite part of Fresco is their Live Brushes, that mimic actual watercolor and oil paint.

After playing with the software a ton I created some fun layer masks techniques that I use daily in my illustrations and decided to create a class sharing all those tips and tricks.

About the class

Learn to use layer masks to create illustrations in Adobe’s new drawing app Fresco.

I’ll be using the live oil brushes and layer masks to create 3 different illustrations. 

In lesson 1 we’ll create a background then add a line art illustration on top. Then we’ll use layer masks to block out a portion of the background.

Lesson 2 will show how to use the selection tool with layer mask to create a floral illustration.

Finally in Lesson 3 we’ll use the brush tool and layer mask to draw our illustration into the background.

By the end of this class you’ll be comfortable using layer masks when creating your illustrations.

So grab your iPad and let’s get started!

What is Skillshare?
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Follow this link to get 2 free months of Skillshare premium if you’re a new student!

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