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Any digital painters out there, Dogwafflers?





VidE
If you are on a PC and use Gimp or Photoshop to draw you may want to look into Project Dogwaffle. There are both a free version and a fairly inexpensive 'Pro" version- the free version rocks. Google Project Dogwaffle and you'll find a few places to get it. Lots of fun and a great program.
ezekiel_rage
VidE wrote:
If you are on a PC and use Gimp or Photoshop to draw you may want to look into Project Dogwaffle. There are both a free version and a fairly inexpensive 'Pro" version- the free version rocks. Google Project Dogwaffle and you'll find a few places to get it. Lots of fun and a great program.


It may be best thing to come since pancakes, but you see, most people would not want to go through another learning curve.

When you get to get used to something it'll be hard to use a substitute.

This program is great for those just beginning to explore digital imagery. But for the old timers, they would just want to have their work done. period.

Unless this program can bring something that Photoshop CS2 or Paint Shop Pro hasn't got already, I'd say why use it?

Just my 2 cents.
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