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is Mark Hamilton - this here was my first digital painting made
with PD Pro 4
I have never have had any digital software, it's a great new experience
for me. I used to do oil and acrylic paintings but that has been over
ten years ago.
I live in beautiful Grants Pass, Oregon, surrounded by lots of
mountains and nature. I may be over 60 and counting, but there's no day
where I don't observe and appreciate nature's beauty and want to put it
into a painting. I am retired, so I have time.
What I don't have is
lots of money, so going digital is a great move for me. I
stumbled upon Dogwaffle while looking for Bryce related stuff.
My first version of Project Dogwaffle was the free version 1.2. I've
just been using it for a few weeks, and just recently (Dec.2007) bought
into PD Pro. I love it.
Digital painting is new to me but I'm already feeling comfortable at it
since I've painted oil and acrylics for long before. I also use 3D
tools. I have a PC with Vista- another with Linux-
AMD 2.2 ghz. video card-Evga 7600- Motherboard - Asus -A8N32 Deluxe.
Most all my paintings come from my head ( good
or bad not sure ) It can take a couple of days to a wk. to do a
painting, I'm still learning what brushes to use and other features in
PD Pro.. All in all I must say that Dogwaffle is a great
program, I need to learn more of all the features but it is a great
trip. If other retired artists like myself are hesitant I'd say just
Dark Snow: see the
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