“Melbourne Draw” is one of a couple graphics toolkits that were created for the ZX Spectrum in the early 1980s. It was launched to widespread publicity, with “Crash” magazine saying that ‘”Melbourne Draw” stands out clearly as a professional tool …’. What made “Melbourne Draw” popular was its user-friendliness and its fast screen handling. With this programme, you could create pictures on screen with a cursor, as well as type in x and y coordinates in the information window at the bottom of the screen.
The other main difference between “Melbourne Draw” and other drawing toolkits was its screen magnification ability. With this, you could enlarge parts of your drawing four times or sixteen times. This feature made it a programme that was considered useful for professional software developers and graphic artists.
See example of Drawing by Kevin Phillips in Comments.
“Melbourne Draw” was published in Spain by Investronica S.A as “Supergraficos”.
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