Iagman is not a name; it is an occupational acronym.
Interesting design. What program did you use to create it?
Thank you for your comment.
Instead of using Essentials to alter photographs, I prefer to make the design in ways other than an camera. Even when working from an original photo, I trace its essential outlines to get a line drawing and then develop the drawing. Most often I use Xara for this, an illustration software that doesn't require a huge learning curve, but is capable of reproducing any scene you may envision. Once the design is drawn, colored, shaded, textured, etc. in Xara, it still looks like it was developed digitally, a look that is just too perfect for my tastes. That's where Essentials fills the gap. While it is a program that applies effects that alter the appearance of originals works as do many other applications, it does differ in that it allow these effects to be applied by hand and to change the effect by changing the tool (brush) used in various parts of a design. To me, this is much more pleasing than applications that apply the same algorithm to an entire piece. It is the imperfect, hand -made look that I find most appealing, but most frustrating to achieve.