Purgatory Design, a small software company based in Durango, Colorado, has announced Intaglio, a new drawing and illustration application for Mac OS X that’s now in beta testing.
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Patterned after the original Mac drawing applications, Intaglio is designed to be intuitive to beginners and familiar to traditional Mac users, according to Nick Nallick of Purgatory. The application builds on the 2D graphics, text, color, and scripting capabilities of Mac OS X, such as Quartz 2D graphics, Apple Type Services, AppleScript, ColorSync, and the QuickTime image layer, he added.
Intaglio can be downloaded and used without registering, but drawings can’t be saved until the application is registered. Pricing hasn’t yet been announced. However, if you’re interested in being one of the beta testers, drop Purgatory Design
to get a beta registration number. Intaglio requires Mac OS X version 10.2 (“Jaguar”).