Downloaded from the MacUpdate link just fine. But as mentioned by someone in the comments, it doesn't appear to do 300dpi, so it's pretty much useless for any type of commercial print work unless the image will be used quite small.<br><br><br>CreativeGuy: Design software tips, tricks & commentary.
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Just played with a demo of Alias' Sketchbook Pro v2 for awhile today.<br><br>Stable and responsive, but it doesn't seem to have the same ability to simulate brushstroke texture, nor palette knives, nor crayons.<br><br>Unless they become available when you buy the full version?<br><br>
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