What do you mean when you ask about a feathering brush eraser?
Have you tried Adobe Sketch? An eraser with a very low opacity value may have the effect you're looking for.
Sketch would also allow you to use custom brushes from your Adobe Brush library (something that isn't currently available in Draw)
I usually refer to that as a "taper", but I see what you mean.
It would be nice to have a tapered brush to use as an eraser - and to that, it would be great if ALL of the brushes could be used as an eraser.
Currently, it's only the round brush.
yeah its a shame they haven't added all the available brushes as an eraser tool, in adobe draw.
most other drawing apps like procreate and sketchbook have it.
Does making the available tools use pure white as color work for your use case?
Hope this helps,
No that doesn't work, because the white strokes will cover the colour layer underneath.
With the brush tool, use white (or a different color) to carve into your positive space, and then long-press with the eraser tool to remove. It will delate all the contiguous color you drew over your positive space and anything underneath it.
It's a workaround, but it should achieve the desired effect.
Brilliant, that's just what i needed to create the effect.
Thank you Daren.
Cool, glad that helped.