01-04-2005, 10:52 PM
Has anyone had any experience with a piece of software called Real-Draw Pro? I downloaded the demo version last night, but by the time it finished (10 Meg on a slooooow landline connection) all I had time for was to open it and take a quick look at the menus and play with the drawing tools a few moments. My first impression was it looks like a fusion of Dogwaffle and Corel Draw, and seemed to be fairly intuitive as far as the drawing functions are concerned. The features writeup on their home page (http://www.mediachance.com/realdraw/) makes it sound like the greatest thing since sliced bread (should I have expected anything else?), and at $55 US, lots cheaper than Corel.