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How to draw a Fall Wreath in Adobe Fresco

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Fall wreath in Adobe fresco

How to draw a Fall Wreath in Adobe Fresco

Do you like fall? To be honest, I don’t. I like spring better! But I do love the fall colors. In our last week’s tutorial, we illustrated a fall landscape, and this in this tutorial we will learn to draw a fall wreath in Adobe Fresco. We will be using a combination of vector and pixel brushes for this illustration. Don’t worry, I will provide the sketch and color palette, scroll down for the link to download them.

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Fall wreath in Adobe Fresco

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Watch the Video tutorial here on how to draw a fall wreath in Adobe Fresco:

If you cannot view the video, you can find it here. While you are there, don’t forget to hit subscribe!

What you will learn in this tutorial:

  • Bringing in sketches as images
  • Adjusting the image/sketch settings like blend modes (set to multiply) and opacity to make sure you can see the sketch from any layer and to work around if the image/sketch has a white background
  • Picking colors from images and adding it to your palette
  • Importance of drawing each element on. different layer to enable more freedom in choosing to arrange the illustration as you want
  • Using masking techniques to change color of any element even if you are towards the end of the illustration

If you liked this tutorial, don’t forget to check out my previous tutorial on how to illustrate a fall landscape in Adobe Fresco.

I also have a whole playlist of Adobe Fresco tutorials on youtube which you can find here and the entire list of tutorials on this blog here.

I hope you have fun exploring this tool. If you get stuck somewhere, don’t forget to leave a comment and I’ll try to help you out! You can also share this post on Facebook and other social media to support me.

Fall wreath in Adobe Fresco

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