Continuing the Adobe theme. In addition to Illustrator Draw, there is another drawing application in the Adobe line of applications – Photoshop Sketch. Unlike ID, it is not designed to create ready-made images, but only sketches, which can then be finalized in desktop Photshop or Illustrator. After opening the application, we are offered to choose a format (size and orientation of the canvas). In the next tab, you can see the works created with this application and posted on Bēhance. The program interface is completely identical to Illustrator Draw: the same toolbar, which takes up a third of the working space, and the layers panel, which can be hidden by clicking a special icon. Only the instruments themselves differ here. The watercolor brush works especially interestingly: until you press the “Dry” button, the layers of the applied paint will constantly mix with each other, like a real watercolor. The thickness and hardness of the line edges can be adjusted. The problem with the lack of workspace here is the same as in Illustrator Draw: the application asks to use it on iPad, and preferably with a stylus (the program supports many stylus, including Wacom). The transformation of objects is also lacking: for example, on my sketch, the glass turned out to be a curve, and in desktop Photoshop it could be fixed in a couple of seconds, but in the mobile application there is only one way out: to erase and paint this place again. You can continue working in desktop Photoshop or Illustrator, post to Bēhance, or add to your Creative Cloud. To summarize, for 5.5-inch iPhone models, this is a great portable sketchbook. At the same time, there is literally nowhere to turn around on smaller smartphones, so the use of the application is questionable.