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Adobe MAX 2019: Adobe Fresco

Kyle Webster
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Kyle Webster
Illustrator, designer, author and educator at Adobe
Scott Belsky
Executive, Author, Investor, & Product Obsessive at Adobe

Kyle T. Webster is an American illustrator, designer, author and educator.His illustration work has been published in The New Yorker, The New York Times, and other publications. He is the founder of the KyleBrush brand of Adobe Photoshop brushes that was acquired on October 18, 2017 by Adobe Systems. He now works for Adobe on drawing initiatives.[10][11][12][13]His picture book, "Please Say Please!" was published by Scholastic in July, 2016.[14][15]In the summer of 2017, He partnered with Adobe to digitally recreate seven of the original paintbrushes used by Norwegian artist, Edvard Munch, as part of an international competition inviting artists to use these digital brushes to create "The Fifth Scream."Kyle lives in Winston-Salem, North Carolina with his wife, Sonja Webster, who founded the women's social and professional networking platform, "The Ladies Tea" in 2007.

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Scott Belsky is an entrepreneur, author, investor, and currently serves as Adobe’s Chief Product Officer and Executive Vice President, Creative Cloud. In 2006, Scott founded Behance, the leading online platform for the creative industry to showcase and discover creative world, and served as CEO until Adobe acquired Behance in 2012. After the acquisition, Scott helped reboot Adobe's mobile product and marketplace strategies and leading Behance.Scott actively advises and invests in businesses that cross the intersection of technology and design, and help empower people. He works closely with a number of venture capital firms including Benchmark and Homebrew, and is an early advisor and investor in Pinterest, Uber, sweetgreen, Carta, Cheddar, Flexport, Airtable, and Periscope as well as several others in the early stages.Through his work as a founder and investor, Scott has become an advocate for technology and community initiatives that empower creative people and help businesses leverage the creative potential of their people. He is the author of two national bestselling books - Making Ideas Happen and The Messy Middle, and founded 99U, a publication and annual conference devoted to productivity in the creative world.

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Topic: Design

We developed Adobe Fresco to help everyone experience the liberating power of creation. Brush creator and illustrator Kyle T. Webster takes the stage to demonstrate some of the powerful new features in Fresco including Live Brushes and more.


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Is shantanu said earlier we want everyone to have the creative skills to tell a story there a story in a compelling way and there's no better way to develop your creative literacy in through drawing and painting drawing and painting really do unite the mind the body and then as a nation and we developed a fresco to help everyone experience. Powering that it's liberating power of creation. What makes Fresco the world's greatest drawing and painting application. Will Fresco has all of the technical Tools digital artist need including the ability to use vectors and Powerful versatile

photoshop brushes apart are the live brushes Adobe scientist spent years studying real oil and watercolor paints Fresco's live brushes reproduce those media more accurately and realistically than any other application out there making the experience of painting and drawing Fresco natural and expressive. Here to show you what you can do with Fresco is the one and only, Webster. Okay. Thank you Scott. How's my hair? I could spend my time up here telling you all about the professional Pages. We have bacon to the app Dexter

brushes round-trip to photoshop layer blending masking someone but what I really want to do is just show you how much fun it is to paint a watercolor brush here. I'm just going to put a little color on my canvas like so and maybe this is small and you can't really see what I'm doing. So why don't I zoom in Because I really think you're going to notice the magic when I add a secondary color when that yellow touches that red look at that gorgeous blend into the orange just like the real thing of these water colors. We can call with two simple spiders water and how much paint you have on your

brush just like a water colorist would want and sometimes I just sit there and I blend colors with no real purpose because it's just fun to look at it. Frankly. I'm going to add a little bit of purple down here in the corner and every time it touches that read to get a nice new color and pull it up this way and a little bit of a bright blue and every time it to watch that it touches that purple we get a gorgeous violet color coming through This is so fun to plan these colors in such a naturalistic way and if I want them to be wetter, I

just crank up the water and I get a lot of nice bleeding effects like that. Maybe some of you figured out what I'm painting maybe not but maybe it'll be obvious the moment I add that. Okay, this is a toucan one of my favorite birds are my kids favorite birds and what I love about you can is it rhymes with you can and I know that you can create beautiful art with this app because really it's as simple as just picking up a brush and going for it earlier. It's so easy because I have a History Channel right here waiting for me. So I never have to worry

about what was that color? I was using earlier. It's already there. No problemo. All right detail brush and I've got a detail brush right here, and I'm going to use a darker color and don't notice that I'm able to bring that brush to a very fine point just like that and just because this brush will respond to that pressure sensitivity. So more pressure wider mark less pressure less. So let's give him a little eyeball important for him to be able to seize environment. They couldn't do in the real world would just pick up an eraser and just start wiping away

some watercolor, but I highlight right there a little highlight in the I couldn't be simpler. I'm going to go now to my wash brush. And just bring some of that color down and then I'm going to do something really fun, which is paint with pure water. Now, it's Fresco. All you have to do is select your color wheel at the bottom right corner. You'll notice we have a transparent Circle the moment. I still like that then you said nice soft wash brush. All I'm doing is adding water to the Kansas to look at how that all Blends together beautiful. I'm not adding paint. I'm just painting with

water. So I think our little guy looks pretty happy, but he needs a place to live and I'll tell you something else. I like like about working in a digital environment. I can take anything. I've made I can enlarge it. I can rotate it. I can reposition it on the canvas like so can't do that with paper. Sorry paper. I love you, but let's get serious here. All right. Now, you know, I love photoshop brushes and I've got some of my favorites right here and I'm going to use the foliage is not fully expressed means literally. I'm going to paint foliated a couple of TAPS like that. It's almost like

cheating, but that's okay. What is a little lighter color on top for some highlights? And then I'll grab a leafy LINE Brush and some leads that very nice and another Ali feline brush. Why not? Got it over there like to slightly lighter color. Maybe I'm just having fun. The whole point and I love spatter nothing's ever done without spot or so. We've got to throw some spatter on top of everything why I said so there we go spatter. Let's do some yellow spatter. How pretty is that? I hear something cool. I go back to my watercolor brush

and when I paint over what I've just done with photoshop brushes mind you everything gets wet again see that so these areas that I'm painting Are picking up all the color that was just put down with the Photoshop brush. But since I'm using a watercolor brush, it's going to make it wet and that gives you a whole other range of possibilities for your painting. I think we need a little more spattered you. Okay? Great. Now let's take him and move them over here. So I'm up a little bit and next. I'm going to dry the paper simple as this is a dry layer and what this allows me to do now

is if I go back to that detail brush I was using I can paint on top of this. And it's going to still acknowledge that there's color underneath and it's going to blend all that color. But the lines on painting the shapes on painting have a clear crisp Edge. So essentially we give you three ways to use watercolor in Fresco. You can use it wet into wet wet on top of dry or wet on top of paint that still sitting on the paper. This is really really powerful. So I think I'll add a little circle around the likes o and there we have a happy toucan living in a happy for us looking at its environment

all that bright color that serve me a couple of minutes watercolor photoshop brushes boom. He's got a nice illustration, but I want to move on because I want to show you something with oils for hundreds of years are the 7 using oils to create is Rich textured painting with tons of death, and I'm just going to zoom in here for a moment because I really want you to see Is the rich textured detailed surface of this painting as I pan around here. It looks like the real thing and we could really fun is when I start to take my

brush and just push all that pain around so I can blend a little bit with light pressure or I can really dig in and you can see the bristles actually pulling that paint and over here. You'll notice there's a little bit of canvas texture coming through at that Candice comes through because I'm using light pressure and I'm just grazing the surface are right now if I feel like some color and then really dig in look at that it all Blends together so much fun spending but I really think we need to do is give this farmer some more detail. So I'm going to jump out of full-screen mode and select an

oil painting detail brush. Got it right here. Since we have a sunny day, you can see the Shadows are coming down from the trees. They're what I want to do is add some sun to the brim of the hat and the top of the hat and simple as doing this little bit of color that we go the lighter the pressure is that I used the more it picks up the underlined color and blends it in and I'm going to use a bright green to pop that collar out on the shoulder little bit there and down the arm the other shoulder the forearm just like that. We're giving some form to this figure and I think we need to

get this leg to come forward or life to use as a lighter value of that deep dark color. And if I do this Then we get the impression that that leg is bending and coming forward and just like that. We have a painting that honestly if you were to print this out and headed to somebody it looks like real oil paint except that now I can use undo in layers. So again cheating but in the best possible way, right so folks listen any artist can start with a thumbnail sketch in Fresco and go all the way through to a final high-resolution piece of art and give it to their client. But what I

love most about this app is it brings me back to that feeling I had as a kid at the pure joy of just creating something new for the act of drawing and painting. Thank you very much. Got to be kind of mesmerizing, huh? So thanks Kyle. We shipped a new version of Fresco for iPod this morning with a ton of Grey new features. So, please take it out. And today we're very excited to launch versions of Fresco for slide windows and surface devices and the Wacom mobilestudio Frisco is

powerful and versatile enough for professionals artists and illustrators. We want everyone to engage in the art of drawing and so that's why we're offering a w Fresco as a free application with the option of upgrading foreign limited brushes and a few other premium features and the premium version of Fresco is available in Select Credit Card plans. I'm since we launched a few weeks ago people have already created over a million drawings and paintings in the app and send everything you create in Fresco is saved as a Photoshop Cloud document. You can open your work in Photoshop on

desktop or iPad to add more effects. What we mean when we talk about turning or desktop products into multi-platform cloud-based systems these systems make it easier to create anywhere anytime collaborate with anyone.

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