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  • Real-Draw Pro

    Hi folks,

    This drawing program was advertised on another site, that I visit often.

    The textures are incredible. It has stone, mud, various wood, wire, and rust patterns just to name a few. The program is compatible with Photoshop, I know, I have it. Check out the site below. I thought that I would give you the home section then you can check the gallery and see the work done in the program. Again, this program is loaded with texture patterns and some are natural patterns.


    I'm not sure as to why the site is not activated when you click on the URL, but the URL is correct.

    Thanks for your time.

    God bless.

    Last edited by Doug Nelson; 03-23-2003, 09:08 PM.

  • #2
    Hmmm... very interesting program, DW.

    I've got their PhotoBrush application. There sure create full-featured application that cost relatively little.

    Thx for sharing this one. Hadn't had reason to visit their site in a while.


    • #3
      Not for Mac, it seems...unless I missed it somewhere. Owell...


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