I must be running short on titles because I could’ve sworn “to the Xtreme” was used already. Anywayz, I gotta give it up to the Xara team! Have you seen Xara? Have you tried it? What in Springfield is holding you? I mocked up the logo to GSpec in about 15 minutes using Xara. The work was not spectacular though, just a stolen “G” from Merlyn’s original pic and a star underneath the word “spec,” which is beveled to look all specification-like. The point is, I, a person of absolutely no artistic background, was able to draw a picture that almost looks presentable in fifteen minutes. If you go to the Xara web site take a look at the Cat woman demo video. It shows the awesome power of the graphical editor. Xara save big huge complicated files in a tight little space and renders most drawing modfications and filters in realtime. It takes up very little memory, generates complicated college thesis, runs with the power off, and can pick up ESPN. You can’t find those kinds of features in a graphical editor nowadays! Don’t believe me???!!! Download it!!! Install it on your computer. It runs on Windows, Linux, and it’s supposed to work on Mac OSX too. I have a copy running on my Linux, a copy running on Windows and another running on my daughter’s Easybake oven. (She uses it to draw the food she want to bake.) This thing is the baddest graphics program since, since… well since Harold Melvin left the Blue Notes! Since RPG went LE!! Since Family Guy started airing on Sundays!!! Since MC. Hammer dissed Redman and Blacksheep!!!! You get the point???!!! Get the archive!!! You won’t be sorry. If Xara fits your idea of a perfect graphics application, show your love in the box below.
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