Access Capture Shapes in Fresco

Got Adobe Capture and Fresco? You can access your shapes made with Adobe Capture in Adobe Fresco! Here’s how: -Under the Shape tool, find the folder titled “my library” -Select a shape from the folder and it will appear grayed out on your canvas -Resize and position the shape as desired -Select a color fromContinue reading “Access Capture Shapes in Fresco”

Create a Capture Shape With Your Own Artowrk

Adobe Capture allows you to create Shapes, Patterns, and Brushes with pictures and your own artwork. You can take a photo of a sketch or a completed art piece and import it into Capture to create a shape that can be used in different ways. One of my favorite ways is to use these shapesContinue reading “Create a Capture Shape With Your Own Artowrk”

New Class: Floral Illustration with Fresco Shape Tool

I don’t normally launch classes this close together, but my digital illustration students have been clamoring for more Adobe Fresco classes, so I stepped up my filming schedule. This new class is all about Fresco’s new Shape tool and how you can easily create shapes in Adobe Capture to use seamlessly with Fresco. I’ll walkContinue reading “New Class: Floral Illustration with Fresco Shape Tool”

4 Ways to Use Adobe Capture Shape Tool

Adobe has continued to roll out updated features to Adobe Fresco and one of the latest is the Capture Shape Tool. As of this post there are 4 Capture Shape categories; “Comics”, “Typographic”, “Floral”, and the original “Berlin”. Using Capture Shape Tool as a Stamp or Repeat Pattern Select Capture Tool Icon on left sideContinue reading “4 Ways to Use Adobe Capture Shape Tool”

Charcoal with Digital Elements

I’ve been working on a new Series of Charcoal Drawings mixed with Digital Elements. After taking Renee Mueller’s Collected Stories class I explored drawing with Charcoal again, but I found that bringing those drawings into Adobe Fresco or Procreate I could then add digital elements to finish the illustrations. By adding the digital elements IContinue reading “Charcoal with Digital Elements”

Mixing Charcoal and Adobe Fresco

I’ve been taking the “Collected Stories” class by Renee Mueller, so I’ve been doing a lot of charcoal drawings. Charcoal drawings are a bit intimidating for me. I’m not sure why since it’s how I started as an artist when I was a young kid and I always make my way through a drawing, butContinue reading “Mixing Charcoal and Adobe Fresco”

Graphic Art Background Tutorial – Adobe Fresco

Creating a graphic art background in Adobe Fresco is the first step to creating my mixed media graphic art illustrations, but they also become art pieces in themselves. Layer One ~ With the Live Oil Brushes paint in the background. This is a intuitive process…so there is no right or wrong way to lay downContinue reading “Graphic Art Background Tutorial – Adobe Fresco”

Splatter Inky Illustrations in Adobe Fresco

My latest Skillshare class just launched and I’m so excited to be working again in Adobe Fresco. For this class we’ll be creating digital inky splatter illustrations using Fresco’s Live Watercolor Brushes. They are seriously cool brushes and using them to create inky splatter illustrations has been such fun. I have to thank you allContinue reading “Splatter Inky Illustrations in Adobe Fresco”

Adobe Fresco – Illustrate with Layer Masks

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 bitContinue reading “Adobe Fresco – Illustrate with Layer Masks”