Adobe Draw doesn't create single vector paths in the manner that Illustrator does with the pen, pencil, or paintbrush. Draw indeed does most closely resembles drawing with the Blob Brush tool in Illustrator. There is not a setting that you can change for that. it's not raster, it is vector but not simple linear paths.
Sorry to be the bearer of bad news but I hope this was helpful.
Thanks for response Michael...
Do you know if there is an alternative app I can use. I am trying to save time when digitising my artwork and drawing them straight in rather than tracing a scanned pencil drawn image...
Any suggestions really appreciated.
There are a few apps out there but i am not well informed about how well they work, nor how compatible they are with Illustrator. You could look at inkpad, idraw, freeform, intaglio sketchpad, Touchdraw, iDesign and a few others for options.
a cintiq is the only option. i have the same needs as you so i can take paths to AI and AE
I cant believe that Adobe have not built in this feature to their own ipad app? I too am an illustrator who simply wants to sketch freehand on my ipad pro, and then have the ability to import the artwork to the desktop version of Illustrator CC as an 'editable single line path' not some random fill with editable outline, which is next to useless other than being scalable.
Very frustrating and what I would class as being a fundamental function, especially if other apps can supposedly achieve this?
All the money I pay Adobe monthly for my CC subscription, and I have to go ahead and buy Graphic (iDraw) from Autodesk in order to achieve the above.... hang your heads in shame Adobe, this is fundamental stuff that your iOS Apps should perform by default, straight out of the box. Not only have you annoyed the hell out of me with this lack of a specific feature, but I'm now more likely to continue using Autodesk Graphic as opposed to Adobe Draw.
Autodesk Graphic is much more like a traditional vector drawing program. I just wish its pen tool was better designed (it doesn't have the same kind of keyboard short cuts I'm accustomed to using with the desktop version of Illustrator); its implementation is pretty limited. I also can't figure out how to access extended character sets in fonts (like small caps, special characters, swashes, ligatures, etc.). Many iPad Pro owners have keyboards and the Apple Pencil.