of the Moment...
|My name is Phoenix Rial. My website is phoenixphire.com|
Portland, Oregon my home
I'm a grad student and working part time.I heard of Project Dogwaffle through my sister who emailed me the info. I use the free version 1.2
I haven't used it for very long yet, but long enough to find that it's REALLY cool! I am guessing somewhere in the 6-10 month range now. Must have seen it in the summer 2004 first.
As to my main profession? Trying to figure out what it is I really want to do...!
What I like most about Dogwaffle? too many things to mention them all. Certainly includes all the different built-in paint, oil, charcoal choices, the background patterning options, and of course the awesome effects!
I have a lot of pegasus pictures because I have been designing a web page for someone and that is the symbol. It has taken quite a large amount of time to get a picture I liked - i am used to only drawing in pen (which is very different than the "pen" in this program), so it took a lot of playing to see what would produce what outcome. I've done a white one (with oil) with a dark purple/blue swirlish background (and added those fun little sparkles in Special Effects, which I love) and a purple water color one in lighter clouds. I love both. Then I did the dark grey/black pegasus (charcoal) with the trees behind it -this one is on the website- that was a lot of fun to do when I understood more how things worked. The Owl was fairly difficult as it is the only one I've ever drawn. I was looking on my sister's incredible portrait - as if i could duplicate it. I think my favorite to work with is the charcol, seconded by oils.
Having this program available is really handy for getting my work onto the web - I have designed also a very simple water color dragonfly for the site and one or two other things may go on it as well.