The next application for drawing and painting for Adobe iPad will be called Adobe Fresco, announced today his blog on his blog. Previously called Project Gemini, the app will arrive a little later this year.
Named after the Italian Renaissance painting technique of applying water-based pigments to wet plaster, Adobe Fresco's main selling point is its dynamic brushes, which mimic the way the paint is painted. would mix and blend in real life. Scott Belsky, Product Manager at Adobe, writes that Live Brushes uses Adobe Sensei, the company's artificial intelligence platform, to recreate how oils and watercolors bloom and react with each other.
The application also allows artists to draw with vector and matrix brushes, combining the features of the iPad Illustrator Draw and Photoshop Sketch applications. It supports Photoshop files in Creative Cloud and exports to PDF for editing in Illustrator. The user interface and toolbar layout are also similar to the next Adobe Photoshop for iPad application, which will also arrive this year. You can import your Photoshop brushes to draw and paint with the brushes you are used to.
If you want to try Fresco before its official release, you can ask to participate in the pre-launch tests here.