Adobe Fresco is a drawing and painting tool, which supports both vector and pixel art. With help of Adobe Sensei, Fresco supports Live Brushes that look, feel, and act like real brushes with paint. The oil paint brushes display a brush texture while painting, and watercolor bleeds and merges with other colors, just like the real ones.
It’s cool to paint with Adobe Fresco, but can you make patterns out of your creations? Well, yes you can! You can access your Fresco artwork in Photoshop or Illustrator, depending on whether it is pixel or vector art. You can also export the artwork and work with any tool of your choice.
In this tutorial, we will learn how to use Adobe Fresco. We will then export the artwork as PSD to retain layers, and then open in Adobe Illustrator, where we will the use the pattern maker tool to create a seamless pattern.
Brushes used in Adobe Fresco:
Oil Paint Chunky
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I hope you have fun creating patterns in the method described in this tutorial. Let me know if you would like to see more tutorials on Fresco.
I have a number of videos on creating seamless patterns in Illustrator. If you are interested, go check out this tutorial from last year where we created Christmas themed Reindeer pattern.
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