|Some of the brush images are
distributed in Dogwaffle Media format. You will
typically have a Zip archive file that contains a
given number of media files. For each brush, there
are two files: one contains the image for
the brush, the other contains the parameters.
these, you'll need a recent version of
Dogwaffle, such as PD
Howler 9, PD Artist 9,
Particle 9. Version 8 or prior might also
work, but we didn't check. Use at your own risk.
The zip archive contains 2 files for each brush:
a .prv (preview) file and a .med (media) file.
Extract the files into one of the Medias
subfolders inside the folder where your
Dogwaffle was installed. Or, create a new
sub-folder for a new category, such as for
stickers_batch7. We recommend that you create
that subfolder in the Media browser, so that you
can verify later that it was created in the
right place. That's particularly useful if you
have multiple installations of various editions
or versions, and one from Steam.
Click the Media Browser (1) button and create a
new folder (2). You'll then see the newly
created folder in the media browser.
After you've created the subfolder where you
want to save the new media files, use Windows
Explorer to locate it.
For example, if you installed PD Howler in the
default location under Windows 8, you'll find
the installation folder to be:
C:\Programs Files (x86)\Howler\
and in that folder you'll find a 'Medias'
Or if you installed Howler 9.6 under Steam:
Inside that Medias folder, you'll find a list of
pre-existing subfolder for various categories,
including the newly created one.
Put the new media files in there. Look for
pre-existing subfolders in there. If you have PD
Howler 9 you should find a category named 'Stickers'
there. You can extract the new .med and .prv
files directly into that subfolder, to join the
others that are already in that category folder.
Or if you prefer to keep the files from this
batch separate from others, place them into
their own new category subfolder. By default,
extracting the archive may have produced a
subfolder, such as one named 'Stickers_batch7'.
You could simply move that folder into the
After placing the new media files there:
And now you're ready to use these new brushes:
more and all of them
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You will need PD Howler 9
to use the animated brushes included in v9 or to
build new ones, or to use new ones offered here
for download on a regular basis.
Some of the brushes will also be offered in
standard PNG image format with transparency mask.
You may not resell these in original form
without the express consent from the author and
copyright owner, Michel Agullo.