View Full Version : Does anyone use Serif Draw Plus?

01-19-2001, 09:01 PM
Has anyone here ever used Serif DrawPlus? I'm on Serif's mailing list and they offered me the program at a discounted price. I was interested because its a vector program and I haven't had the opportunity to use one before.


01-19-2001, 10:37 PM
I haven't used Serif Draw Plus myself, but it seems to be one of those basic programs that comes in bundled packages like "Make Your Own Greeting Cards", etc.

Judging by the features described on their product page... http://www.serif.com/drawplus/drawplus5/index.asp
It has at least some of the key features you'd want in a basic vector drawing program. And I mean, it's only $50, not a big risk.

Why don't you download the free trial version, though? Click that link above and then click on the small yellow "TRY" button.

Hope this helps.

-=- Jen "Veni, vidi, vectori" de la Cruz
http://www.Pixelscapes.com and http://www.BewareOfArt.com

01-19-2001, 11:22 PM
Thanks. I think I will download the tryout copy. I'll more than likely buy it. I do a little bit of web stuff at work which landed me on Serif's mailing list. As a "graphics professional" they sometimes offer me software. They're basically giving me this software (DrawPlus5 and WebPlus6 for ten bucks), so I guess its really a no-lose situation. Still, I was hoping someone might be familiar with it (I admit it, I can be pretty cheap!). I'll let you guys know what I think of it.