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If it wasn’t for the multiple glitches in the app, I would give it a full five stars. This is by far the best posing app on ios. A variety of models and props to choose from. Posing them is very easy and intuitive. You can download others scenes and save them, you can save your own scenes and poses. You can bring any saved scene into another and combine them. You can bring single character scenes to spice up a crowd in the background. The possibilities are limitless. You can even change lighting! Unfortunately, sometimes things refuse to load such as the online user pose downloads, in app model store, and even your own poses. And this can also affect bringing other poses into your scene. Sometimes it even freezes up when it cannot load another scene within a scene. Thus, forcing you to restart the app. There is no way to fix this, even restarting your iPad doesn’t fix the problem. This may hinder your workflow severely, and can take precious time away from artwork, especially if you’re on a tight deadline of some sort. It’s not a perfect app, but when it wants to work, it’s an absolute Godsend.
This app has helped so much when it comes to my traditional art. The fact that the models are realistic AND easily pose-able are a massive plus. Controls are intuitive and the UI is minimalistic, meaning you can focus on posing, and not going through menus every five seconds. However, one thing I don’t like about this app is that the models cannot have their muscularity adjusted. Another thing I wish they had in this app was a feature called construction mode, which would turn the model into their most basic shapes, which would simplify constructing posing from unfamiliar angles. Other than that, this is really enjoyable to use, and highly recommend it for artists of all skill levels, especially for beginners.
My only problem with the app is that you can’t really bind props together or lock a certain part of the pose in place. Like... I can’t lock the body and just manipulate the arm. Otherwise, I’d love if we could group things together and move them as a unit. Still such a great app! Edit: I think the child’s model is a step in the right direction to be sure, but there are a few suggestions I had! First: the adding of a more realistic model for a child like the two models of a man and a woman would be very helpful, especially for someone who draws in that style like myself! I’d love more hair models but I would also like it if you would add a wheelchair model or two? I myself am in a wheelchair and it’s very hard to figure out how to draw those from various angles to make them make sense.
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