Not really sure, but have you tried to export the file as a vector sketch from Draw?
This might help you attain the sharpness.
Also, let me know about the device you are using and the OS version.
What is the version of the Draw and Sketch apps on your device?
The problem is that you're not actually bringing the Draw canvas into Sketch; you're bringing in a .png. So there's just no way to get the same sharpness you're seeing when the art is in Draw.
I'm sorry, but right now there just isn't a way to bring a native Draw file, or even Draw art saved as a vector image, into Sketch.
The only thing I can think of is to save your Draw art as a .pdf so it's scalable and experiment with bringing it into an Image Layer as large as possible.
Thank you for your reaction Sue. I tried PDF but unfortunately the result is the same. I guess the drawing I'm talking about is too big. I had no problems with the smaller drawings in the Draw app.
Thank you for your response Sheena. I'm using an iPad Pro (iOS 10.3.1) with the Adobe Sketch en Draw app. I don't use my desktop for my drawings, and I don't have Adobe Illustrator or Photoshop on my desktop. I was hoping to finish my drawing solely on my iPad.
I have Adobe Sketch version 4.0.2 and Adobe Draw version 4.0.2
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I don't know if/when it might make it into the drawing apps, but the ability to place Draw content in Sketch (and Sketch content in Draw) is is definitely a capability the team is considering.