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PD Pro 11.4 - Howler Edition

"Plushy whales and snow cones"

 - the Free Demo from RC157

  Serious Tools for digital artists   

    PD Pro, Howler edition

This is the free trial/eval/demo version of PD Howler 11.4 - from around October 2018. You can use most features in it, even save up to 40 times, give or take a few. Try it out. If you like it, please support us by purchasing a license. It's not that expensive. You can find it for purchase here, on the developer's (Dan Ritchie's)  site at too, or look for occasional promotions here.

And if you already own an earlier version, such as v10, v9.6, or earlier, or the PD Artist edition or PD Particles, whether purchased on Steam or on Daz3d or elsewhere, you can receive a super-mega-big discount coupon for upgrading: discounts of up to 50% off the regular price, just for asking Philip or Dan.

New Download! the free demo trial:

File name:    Howler_11_4_RC157_Demo.exe
Size:              104 MB (exactly 109,256,380 bytes)

Tip: Don't open the link directly from your web browser. First, download and save the file. Then check it once more through your antivirus, to be sure it won't raise a false positive that could erase parts of it during installation. If you know how to verify checksums:

Name: Howler_11_4_RC157_Demo.exe
Size: 109256380 bytes (104 MiB)
CRC32: 2D2A5FE7
CRC64: 07414C04B56277E6
SHA256: F33B6E0DBA78ABD0C84BDCD54CB8B9C0D2D340035C807C54BE36D955445348EE
SHA1: 7E4B83F04F60C5537DA4378E85FFE23DBA32B111
BLAKE2sp: 9EAADB662840D5D53929EBBD3688798334AEE566613A5C8E955E0C775831F554

Do not accept demo downloads from other sites if there are differences in the checksums.

Then run the installer. And enjoy waffling and howling with the PD Howler 11.4 demo.


This has been tested and seems to work best on Windows 10, Windows 7 and Windows 8.1, 64-bit versions with lots of memory (8 GB RAM or more recommended). It can run with less. It is also possible to configure the undo memory to go to the disk drive instead of RAM.

It is a 32-bit application but loves to have a lot of RAM. Some modules run in their own address space, so collectively it can use up more RAM than a single 32-bit app could.  The more RAM you have, the less likely you'll run into trouble of out of memory. But you still could, in some cases. If you are on a 64-bit version of Windows, that's the best.

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