This is the free demo version of PD Howler 11.2 - also known as Feeding Frenzy.
This is the free demo version. You can use most features in it,
even save up to 30 times. 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 Squirreldome.com too, and some versions also on Steam.
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 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_2__Demo_RC094.exe
Size: 87.6 MB (91,914,566 bytes)
Don't open the link directly from your web browser. First, download to
save the file file. Then check it once more through your antivirus, to
sure it won't raise a false positive that could erase parts of it
during installation. Then run the installer.
The installation will install Project Dogwaffle Howler 11.2 Demo version,
including MS Visual Studio runtime files that are needed. You may
already have those, installed in the past, perhaps coming from other software installations, no problem.
The splash screen will show it as v11.2b, and add: 20 years of this flapdoodle!
This has been tested and seems to work best on Windows 10, Windows 7 and Windows 8.1
It is a 32-bit application but loves to have a lot of RAM. If you are on a 64-bit version of Windows, that's the best.
Please consider joining
our mailing list, to receive
sporadic news from us about Project
Dogwaffle and related art tools, tips,
tutorials and techniques. We respect your
privacy, your email and contact info is safe
with us and will not be shared with others.
To see the recent issues of newsletters,
read the Newsletter here.
To see what other artists have done with Dogwaffle, look for Dogwafflers of the Moment.
To learn new tips and tricks through video tutorials, see our YouTube
Interested in using PD Howler to make 3D Landscapes?