March 11, 2008 in Illustration (E)
[prMac.com] Enschede, Netherlands - Pieter Omvlee is proud to announce DrawIt 3.4, the latest version of his easy-to-use, layer-based, vector-drawing and image editing application for Mac OS X. Designed from the ground up to be intuitive and powerful to use, DrawIt is unique in that it presents the user with a simple and clean interface, yet packs an impressive assortment of useful, professional grade features.
For Version 3.4, the interface has been given a major upgrade. DrawIt now makes extensive use of Leopard-only features and it shows. No part of the interface has been left untouched; Filters have been given a major overhaul and now look even better, and besides the standard layer-list, there's now a nice grid-view showing beautiful previews of individual layers and groups.
Besides interface changes the Vector tool has also improved, allowing you to place points on a sub-pixel level. Apart from the Grid View, DrawIt Lite has been given the same new features as the Pro version.
Feature highlights include:
* Non-destructive Editing
* Powerful Vector Tools
* Support for Masks
* Core Image Filters
* Support for Groups
* Bread Crumb Navigation
* Pixel-Precise Positions
* Object Styles
* Placeholders Strings
* Supports several Export formats
* Fully Customizable Workspace
* Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard or higher
* Universal Binary for PowerPC and Intel
* A CoreImage Supported graphics card
* 12 MB Hard Drive space
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Pricing and Availability:
DrawIt 3.4 is available as a full-featured demo. A single user license costs 29.00 Euros ($44.00 USD) and registered 3.x customers may upgrade for free. DrawIt Lite has been upgraded to to 1.1, and is completely free.
Based in beautiful Enschede, the Netherlands, Pieter Omvlee took over development of DrawIt from CocoaDig software in 2007. Building from this strong foundation, DrawIt has emerged as a completely new application with many new features. Pieter is the sole developer, and currently seeking his university degree. Copyright 2007-2008 Pieter Omvlee and DrawIt. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.