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  10 Things

...things you didn't know you could do with Project Dogwaffle

PD ArtistPD Howler also supports digital
                                    painting, animation & video, 3D
                                    and visuall effects

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Project Dogwaffle PD Artist is a paint program, with a twist. It includes a ton of special effect filters. It also includes tools for animation and working with video clips (when using PD Howler). And it includes some 3D capabilities, such as to generate elevation maps with erosion and sediment deposits, and to render them into a beautiful landscape, with water too (which can be animated in the Howler edition). There's also a ton of particle brushes, foliage brushes, natural media brushes with pigment lifting, animated brushes. There are 3D trees. Photographic filters. There is a lot to PD Artist and PD Howler.

We'll try to cover some of the special features here, some of the capabilities and tricks or techniques you may enjoy. Such as motion estimated interpolation, or auto-scaling the brush based on distance, fading based on alpha, and various animation techniques.

There will be more than 10 things here, eventually.

Let's start with number 1.

  1. How to auto-scale the brush
  1. When might you want to use Motion Estimated Interpolation?
  1. to be continued...

Looking for more ideas of stuff to try or learn and discover?