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Old 04-26-2006, 01:46 PM   #1
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Default Inexpensive drawing program (Mac)

WouldjaDraw is a tiny little ($30) drawing program that includes a Bezier curve tool (unlike most of the other little programs I have seen).

I have not played with the downloadable demo, so have no idea if it supports templates or other advanced features. It makes gradients, and seems to use PDF as its standard format (but also outputs to png, tiff, jpeg, and gif).

It doesn’t appear to be as wonderful as good old LightningDraw (from Lari Software during the Mac’s too brief GX period), but no sense dwelling on the glories of 1995!

Anyway, WouldjaDraw may be adequate for those who do not need tons of drawing power, and the price is right. (Especially for the demo, which is free.)

   
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