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ArtPose Female Edition

ArtPose Female Edition

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ArtPose is a fun and artistic app for quickly posing the female figure.

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  • Amazing for the price Jan 16, 2017

    By fogelfish
    Stick with the controls. You'll get the hang of it. I've become very proficient at posing the figure despite a few quirks in the joint controls. There's nothing else like this on iOS, and even on the Desktop this is unique, especially for the price. For a few more features I would gladly pay a bit more. Added articulation of the upper thoracic; more hand poses (or even better, posable fingers); more hair styles; the ability to export and import pose data (to get around the 20-pose limit); IK posing; more variety of body shapes and proportions; a selection of basic facial expressions (to really complete an expressive pose); better skinning at the extremes of joint position and rotation. There appears to be a minor bug. I've filled all 20 slots. When I lock my iPad and then unlock it while ArtPose is open the app reloads and all the labels in the Save To slots have disappeared. Luckily the labels and the data in the Open From slots are preserved, but I have to systematically open and again save every pose and retype the label in the proper numbered slot. This is minor and worrying, but annoying, too.
  • Sep 18, 2018

    By Tyler Fossett
    Great app. It allows me to draw poses just like I envision in my mind, rather than settling for whatever poses I can find. One suggestion: please improve the controls. I can never tell which way I need to move my finger when posing the figure.
  • Good but LIMITED Jan 28, 2018

    By Jhenrysmith2
    This app can be very helpful however there are several things that drag it down. The amount of options for lighting and pose are near limitless and completely open for you to manipulate. The preloaded poses are varied and dynamic enough that I find very little need to ever pose one of the 3D models manually. I can usually find a preloaded pose easily enough and move it around a little bit to get what pose I’m looking for. In those respects the app is great however its limitations rear their head soon enough. You are very limited when it comes to body shapes, a problem that is very noticeable with the women models which don’t really mimic any body shape except the classic “superhero” shape. You cannot alter the face/expression and there are only a few options for hair (all of which are nothing near realistic). So any drawings you do from this app quickly begin to all look the same, same body shape, same proportions, same face, same hair. For the price the app is good enough, just wish you could alter actual appearance of the 3D model more. It’s fine if you’re gonna crank out canned drawings of superheroes but if you want to explore drawing actual figures you’re gonna be left wanting. Oh also for the male version of the app always turns my music waaaay down when I open it and won’t let me turn it back up, super weird cuz the woman version doesn’t, I dunno.
  • May 3, 2020

    By sarath shetty
    One of the best app for anatomy. Small icon issues and ui issues are not v big. We need to work with little patience to understand the sensitivity of controls. I expect the developers to add exclusive hand gesture controls and portrait controls also.. On the whole excellent app
  • A+++ Jul 17, 2016

    By Gearhog
    I absolutely love this app! Definitely a life saver... I bought it, after many hours of debating it and looking at all the other art reference apps (which cost more) but this one seemed much more appealing, and worth more than the price. If you're an aspiring artist, or a professional, this app is a must have! Worth every penny, and more. I did notice it was hard to use on my iPhone 5c, but works beautifully on my iPad after I got the hang of the mechanics. Has so, so many poses. Both silly, serious, and sexy. Jumping, sitting, standing, lounging. There are also plenty of hand poses to get the job done, so don't worry. However, it would be nice being able to manually pose the fingers. May be a little hard posing something so small, though. I love the ability to choose the body type as well! Made me happy to see there was a small chested super thin pose, as well as a heavier type. I would love a facial app, to add to the two apps you've created. Or incorporating that into these. Keep up the fantastic work! And if you're someone looking into buying this app, don't hesitate! I'm cheap, and I'd buy this beauty all over again.
  • Jun 9, 2019

    By kranj doo
    I think when you increase the size of the ribcage, with the slider, it becomes too square like, but other than that, the best app on the market for posing.
  • Very useful, but could use some additions Oct 23, 2019

    By Zick Wad
    For the most part this is an outstanding app. Its easy to use and does what its designed for very well. I do wish it could have multiple models in the same editor and different faces with different expressions. The hair styles could use some work, many of them are way to poofy, and i would like a few more hair styles, especially more ethnic hair. Lastly it would be awesome if we could have sliders that let us morph fat content in individual areas. Like a sliders that could individually adjust fat content for legs, waist bust, arms, and face. Or at the very least different models with different body types. Lastly while there is minimal distortion in most of the model the buttocks and groin areas can become very distorted.
  • It's really good, but... Feb 16, 2017

    By VxBlackthorne
    This app is almost amazing. The basics are all great, I love the adjustable lighting and the options to not have the skin displayed. It is my current first choice pose tool (along with the male version), but the controls are not my favorite. They're not exactly intuitive, and it's difficult to perfect a pose. Turning the limbs is a chore, so I end up looking at photo references instead fairly often. I would love to see an option to go down to skeletal, and an option to use a picture in the background- for difficult poses that are environment based, or for scale. It IS worth the money, even with the issues I have, it's a great tool. I just hope they keep developing the app in the future.
  • Jun 5, 2019

    By William Singer
    5 stars if my stylus worked with it. also the joint movement is very sensitive! fix those and add props, 5 stars
  • What I'd like to see Sep 13, 2016

    By Designlove56
    Hey guys, always have enjoyed the app, but there are a few things that I think would make it better. It would be great if you supported split screen multitasking for iPad Pro, so we can split screen while we are in creative softwares and reference models. Would be a great feature to have. Second, if you can make a like a hand tool on the screen so we can drag the canvas around using Apple Pencil that would be great, as well as a zoom tool. This way we don't have to touch the screen as much on devices like iPad Pro. Would be also awesome if you guys support keyboard short cuts. One main thing I would really love to see is a posable simplified manikin, check out the 3D manikin in clip studio paint. Something like that, with ways to change the body type, and a feature to overlay the figure proportions. Having a simplified posable manikin that is just made up of forms is very helpful.
  • Amazing for the price Jan 16, 2017

    By fogelfish
    Stick with the controls. You'll get the hang of it. I've become very proficient at posing the figure despite a few quirks in the joint controls. There's nothing else like this on iOS, and even on the Desktop this is unique, especially for the price. For a few more features I would gladly pay a bit more. Added articulation of the upper thoracic; more hand poses (or even better, posable fingers); more hair styles; the ability to export and import pose data (to get around the 20-pose limit); IK posing; more variety of body shapes and proportions; a selection of basic facial expressions (to really complete an expressive pose); better skinning at the extremes of joint position and rotation. There appears to be a minor bug. I've filled all 20 slots. When I lock my iPad and then unlock it while ArtPose is open the app reloads and all the labels in the Save To slots have disappeared. Luckily the labels and the data in the Open From slots are preserved, but I have to systematically open and again save every pose and retype the label in the proper numbered slot. This is minor and worrying, but annoying, too.
  • Sep 18, 2018

    By Tyler Fossett
    Great app. It allows me to draw poses just like I envision in my mind, rather than settling for whatever poses I can find. One suggestion: please improve the controls. I can never tell which way I need to move my finger when posing the figure.
  • Good but LIMITED Jan 28, 2018

    By Jhenrysmith2
    This app can be very helpful however there are several things that drag it down. The amount of options for lighting and pose are near limitless and completely open for you to manipulate. The preloaded poses are varied and dynamic enough that I find very little need to ever pose one of the 3D models manually. I can usually find a preloaded pose easily enough and move it around a little bit to get what pose I’m looking for. In those respects the app is great however its limitations rear their head soon enough. You are very limited when it comes to body shapes, a problem that is very noticeable with the women models which don’t really mimic any body shape except the classic “superhero” shape. You cannot alter the face/expression and there are only a few options for hair (all of which are nothing near realistic). So any drawings you do from this app quickly begin to all look the same, same body shape, same proportions, same face, same hair. For the price the app is good enough, just wish you could alter actual appearance of the 3D model more. It’s fine if you’re gonna crank out canned drawings of superheroes but if you want to explore drawing actual figures you’re gonna be left wanting. Oh also for the male version of the app always turns my music waaaay down when I open it and won’t let me turn it back up, super weird cuz the woman version doesn’t, I dunno.
  • May 3, 2020

    By sarath shetty
    One of the best app for anatomy. Small icon issues and ui issues are not v big. We need to work with little patience to understand the sensitivity of controls. I expect the developers to add exclusive hand gesture controls and portrait controls also.. On the whole excellent app
  • A+++ Jul 17, 2016

    By Gearhog
    I absolutely love this app! Definitely a life saver... I bought it, after many hours of debating it and looking at all the other art reference apps (which cost more) but this one seemed much more appealing, and worth more than the price. If you're an aspiring artist, or a professional, this app is a must have! Worth every penny, and more. I did notice it was hard to use on my iPhone 5c, but works beautifully on my iPad after I got the hang of the mechanics. Has so, so many poses. Both silly, serious, and sexy. Jumping, sitting, standing, lounging. There are also plenty of hand poses to get the job done, so don't worry. However, it would be nice being able to manually pose the fingers. May be a little hard posing something so small, though. I love the ability to choose the body type as well! Made me happy to see there was a small chested super thin pose, as well as a heavier type. I would love a facial app, to add to the two apps you've created. Or incorporating that into these. Keep up the fantastic work! And if you're someone looking into buying this app, don't hesitate! I'm cheap, and I'd buy this beauty all over again.
  • Jun 9, 2019

    By kranj doo
    I think when you increase the size of the ribcage, with the slider, it becomes too square like, but other than that, the best app on the market for posing.
  • Very useful, but could use some additions Oct 23, 2019

    By Zick Wad
    For the most part this is an outstanding app. Its easy to use and does what its designed for very well. I do wish it could have multiple models in the same editor and different faces with different expressions. The hair styles could use some work, many of them are way to poofy, and i would like a few more hair styles, especially more ethnic hair. Lastly it would be awesome if we could have sliders that let us morph fat content in individual areas. Like a sliders that could individually adjust fat content for legs, waist bust, arms, and face. Or at the very least different models with different body types. Lastly while there is minimal distortion in most of the model the buttocks and groin areas can become very distorted.
  • It's really good, but... Feb 16, 2017

    By VxBlackthorne
    This app is almost amazing. The basics are all great, I love the adjustable lighting and the options to not have the skin displayed. It is my current first choice pose tool (along with the male version), but the controls are not my favorite. They're not exactly intuitive, and it's difficult to perfect a pose. Turning the limbs is a chore, so I end up looking at photo references instead fairly often. I would love to see an option to go down to skeletal, and an option to use a picture in the background- for difficult poses that are environment based, or for scale. It IS worth the money, even with the issues I have, it's a great tool. I just hope they keep developing the app in the future.
  • Jun 5, 2019

    By William Singer
    5 stars if my stylus worked with it. also the joint movement is very sensitive! fix those and add props, 5 stars
  • What I'd like to see Sep 13, 2016

    By Designlove56
    Hey guys, always have enjoyed the app, but there are a few things that I think would make it better. It would be great if you supported split screen multitasking for iPad Pro, so we can split screen while we are in creative softwares and reference models. Would be a great feature to have. Second, if you can make a like a hand tool on the screen so we can drag the canvas around using Apple Pencil that would be great, as well as a zoom tool. This way we don't have to touch the screen as much on devices like iPad Pro. Would be also awesome if you guys support keyboard short cuts. One main thing I would really love to see is a posable simplified manikin, check out the 3D manikin in clip studio paint. Something like that, with ways to change the body type, and a feature to overlay the figure proportions. Having a simplified posable manikin that is just made up of forms is very helpful.
  • Oct 18, 2020

    By Jacob Mcgreevy
    Difficult to use and somewhat limited
  • Bad interface Jun 17, 2019

    By Dukester2000
    This app is very difficult to use. A million icons cluttering the screen, many of which are not immediately obvious what they do, buttons are counterintuitive or placed in odd locations...I couldn’t get the arm to twist-was I doing it wrong or is it not possible? There’s a big leaning curve here. You can do a lot with this app. It will just take you forever to figure out how to do it all until you give up and just bust out an actual mannequin to draw off of.
  • Jul 28, 2017

    By Sam Riilme
    I don't understand whether it's just me and my phone, but the app is so laggy to the point it's unusable. Shame because I really need it as a reference to draw and I'm already spend money to buy it. Now it feels like a waste. My phone is Samsung Mega 2 and other apps on my phone are still working just fine.
  • Mar 21, 2018

    By A Google user
    I've tried numerous apps and this is the least intuitive. It's ok if you only use the preset poses, but trying to manually pose is frustrating. There are no instructions, dials or helpers, you just move the dots around chaotically. Maybe they'll improve it, but as of right now, there are much better apps for posing purposes.
  • Oct 11, 2017

    By Ash Davis
    There need to be increment keys for adjusting joint position because your absolutely cannot fine tune a joint movement! It always leaps in huge increments! Also, an option to automatically place the feet flat on the floor, and attached, is NEEDED so that you can adjust other features without disturbing the stance you've positioned. These are NO BRAINERS, PEOPLE!

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  • May 3, 2020

    By sarath shetty
    One of the best app for anatomy. Small icon issues and ui issues are not v big. We need to work with little patience to understand the sensitivity of controls. I expect the developers to add exclusive hand gesture controls and portrait controls also.. On the whole excellent app
  • A+++ Jul 17, 2016

    By Gearhog
    I absolutely love this app! Definitely a life saver... I bought it, after many hours of debating it and looking at all the other art reference apps (which cost more) but this one seemed much more appealing, and worth more than the price. If you're an aspiring artist, or a professional, this app is a must have! Worth every penny, and more. I did notice it was hard to use on my iPhone 5c, but works beautifully on my iPad after I got the hang of the mechanics. Has so, so many poses. Both silly, serious, and sexy. Jumping, sitting, standing, lounging. There are also plenty of hand poses to get the job done, so don't worry. However, it would be nice being able to manually pose the fingers. May be a little hard posing something so small, though. I love the ability to choose the body type as well! Made me happy to see there was a small chested super thin pose, as well as a heavier type. I would love a facial app, to add to the two apps you've created. Or incorporating that into these. Keep up the fantastic work! And if you're someone looking into buying this app, don't hesitate! I'm cheap, and I'd buy this beauty all over again.
  • It's really good, but... Feb 16, 2017

    By VxBlackthorne
    This app is almost amazing. The basics are all great, I love the adjustable lighting and the options to not have the skin displayed. It is my current first choice pose tool (along with the male version), but the controls are not my favorite. They're not exactly intuitive, and it's difficult to perfect a pose. Turning the limbs is a chore, so I end up looking at photo references instead fairly often. I would love to see an option to go down to skeletal, and an option to use a picture in the background- for difficult poses that are environment based, or for scale. It IS worth the money, even with the issues I have, it's a great tool. I just hope they keep developing the app in the future.
  • Absolutely love Feb 3, 2017

    By itgirl1984
    This is so great and realistic for figure artists, traditional or contemporary. I've used this countless times. Only thing is... can we PLEASE get a feature where there is a "life drawing" mode of some sort? Where it looks real on the surface with flesh details?? It's so hard to find life drawing classes and groups these days, and forget about asking someone to pose nude for you lol. A feature like that would make this app PERFECT!!
  • Amazing Dec 9, 2017

    By Abrandaicle
    Awesome app. Well worth it. I was able to figure out the controls in about 15 mins. Absolutely brilliant and amazing resource for artistic reference that will save me a ton of hours web searching for the perfect pose to match what I want to create. Hope they continue to develop this to include facial expressions. And maybe even add draping options for clothing.
  • Aug 16, 2016

    By Tiffany Mendoza
    I've been drawing for 22 years and some poses are still pretty difficult to picture in my head and draw accurately. This app is a tremendous help. It was a bit tricky to use at first for the more difficult poses but it's pretty easy to pick up. Highly recommend this app for any artist!
  • Tears of joy Jul 7, 2017

    By Feko55
    I've been frustrated for a while because I lacked figure drawing references that would help me in drawing without looking for images on the internet to practice on. This app is a *dream come true for me!* It should have been the first thing I looked for! Thank you! 😭
  • Good app May 2, 2017

    By knhomey
    It's a grate app it has helped me improve my figure drawing I just have one thing to say in the way of improvement when you move the Body it the arms will go into the body and it doesn't form around were it needs to
  • Great Virtual Model app - just like the male version. Aug 3, 2017

    By LeeMoon
    The Female Edition is just as awesome as the Male version. Very easy to use and gives great results which I can export to Procreate. Using the iPad Pro, Apple Pencil, and Procreate, I can use the exported image as a guide for my sketches. Really a wonderful set of apps (male and female versions.)
  • Terrific App esp. with preset poses Aug 8, 2017

    By Ken - 6o
    Both male and female versions are great and work the same way. You will no doubt want both. i use this in my graphic novel artwork. Works great with Comic Draw app. just load posed images into Comic Draw as a background reference layer. I left similar review for the male edition. Same wish list - control background, transparent or green screen - facial types - facial controls - facial expression library - maybe one app with loadable library - sell models in app purchase
  • Amazing for the price Jan 16, 2017

    By fogelfish
    Stick with the controls. You'll get the hang of it. I've become very proficient at posing the figure despite a few quirks in the joint controls. There's nothing else like this on iOS, and even on the Desktop this is unique, especially for the price. For a few more features I would gladly pay a bit more. Added articulation of the upper thoracic; more hand poses (or even better, posable fingers); more hair styles; the ability to export and import pose data (to get around the 20-pose limit); IK posing; more variety of body shapes and proportions; a selection of basic facial expressions (to really complete an expressive pose); better skinning at the extremes of joint position and rotation. There appears to be a minor bug. I've filled all 20 slots. When I lock my iPad and then unlock it while ArtPose is open the app reloads and all the labels in the Save To slots have disappeared. Luckily the labels and the data in the Open From slots are preserved, but I have to systematically open and again save every pose and retype the label in the proper numbered slot. This is minor and worrying, but annoying, too.
  • Sep 18, 2018

    By Tyler Fossett
    Great app. It allows me to draw poses just like I envision in my mind, rather than settling for whatever poses I can find. One suggestion: please improve the controls. I can never tell which way I need to move my finger when posing the figure.
  • Jun 9, 2019

    By kranj doo
    I think when you increase the size of the ribcage, with the slider, it becomes too square like, but other than that, the best app on the market for posing.
  • Very useful, but could use some additions Oct 23, 2019

    By Zick Wad
    For the most part this is an outstanding app. Its easy to use and does what its designed for very well. I do wish it could have multiple models in the same editor and different faces with different expressions. The hair styles could use some work, many of them are way to poofy, and i would like a few more hair styles, especially more ethnic hair. Lastly it would be awesome if we could have sliders that let us morph fat content in individual areas. Like a sliders that could individually adjust fat content for legs, waist bust, arms, and face. Or at the very least different models with different body types. Lastly while there is minimal distortion in most of the model the buttocks and groin areas can become very distorted.
  • Jun 5, 2019

    By William Singer
    5 stars if my stylus worked with it. also the joint movement is very sensitive! fix those and add props, 5 stars
  • What I'd like to see Sep 13, 2016

    By Designlove56
    Hey guys, always have enjoyed the app, but there are a few things that I think would make it better. It would be great if you supported split screen multitasking for iPad Pro, so we can split screen while we are in creative softwares and reference models. Would be a great feature to have. Second, if you can make a like a hand tool on the screen so we can drag the canvas around using Apple Pencil that would be great, as well as a zoom tool. This way we don't have to touch the screen as much on devices like iPad Pro. Would be also awesome if you guys support keyboard short cuts. One main thing I would really love to see is a posable simplified manikin, check out the 3D manikin in clip studio paint. Something like that, with ways to change the body type, and a feature to overlay the figure proportions. Having a simplified posable manikin that is just made up of forms is very helpful.
  • Worthwhile Feb 22, 2017

    By John Dotegowski
    Great anatomy and lots of articulation points offering a lot of possibilities. Controls aren't too hard to pick up with a little practice. Good enough that I've just purchased the male version as well. I would like if you could adjust the lighting points from directly below and above though it's possible I just haven't figured out how to do that yet. I do recommend this app
  • Mar 31, 2018

    By Nyenkan Moses
    I can't say what has already been said about the app, but I'll reiterate a little. First, this app is so essential to artists wanting to get back in the game. I like the muscle layer, showing where they are laid out with the body. Although, it would have been a little bit better if it was textured to show how the muscle flex when they contract and extend. Some examples of facial features would be nice too. Love the lighting features, don't change that. The controls are not easy to get use to, it's almost a little wonky (maybe my tablet, which the app is on, is not high end). Still, it would be nice to show some sliders. Despite my opinions, this is top notch. If someone asks, I'll put them on to this app.
  • Jan 28, 2017

    By Karma
    I’m a semi-realistic digital artist and I have been using the ArtPoseFE app for about a month. Overall, I am happy with my purchase. Will recommend using app along with other references. Pros 1. Ability to change the pose and lighting of the figure. 2. Option to see the skin or muscles underneath. 3. App works best with other photo references. 4. Great for double checking anatomy, perspective, lighting. 5. Useful for artists who need to brush up on technical skills. Cons. 1. A little difficult to control. (I had a hard time posing arms naturally.) 2. Model comes with one blank stock face. App is good for poses only. 3. Wish there were color skin tones. (White, African, Tan, Asian, etc.) 4. You have to buy both male and female app separately. 5. Buying both apps is a little expensive...
  • Oct 6, 2017

    By A Google user
    Great app, with a few problems. 1. There is not enough flexibility in the lower torso. No matter how I pose the chest or legs, I can't get the lower back curved properly - it stays straight (compare to a real person sitting and hugging their legs). 2. Toes look weird when curled downwards. 3. Have a point indicator for a light source that you can move anywhere (underneath the model, or in the model's hand) instead of a vague light that can only move from overhead to the side. Otherwise, a useful and well made app. Worth the money.
  • Good but LIMITED Jan 28, 2018

    By Jhenrysmith2
    This app can be very helpful however there are several things that drag it down. The amount of options for lighting and pose are near limitless and completely open for you to manipulate. The preloaded poses are varied and dynamic enough that I find very little need to ever pose one of the 3D models manually. I can usually find a preloaded pose easily enough and move it around a little bit to get what pose I’m looking for. In those respects the app is great however its limitations rear their head soon enough. You are very limited when it comes to body shapes, a problem that is very noticeable with the women models which don’t really mimic any body shape except the classic “superhero” shape. You cannot alter the face/expression and there are only a few options for hair (all of which are nothing near realistic). So any drawings you do from this app quickly begin to all look the same, same body shape, same proportions, same face, same hair. For the price the app is good enough, just wish you could alter actual appearance of the 3D model more. It’s fine if you’re gonna crank out canned drawings of superheroes but if you want to explore drawing actual figures you’re gonna be left wanting. Oh also for the male version of the app always turns my music waaaay down when I open it and won’t let me turn it back up, super weird cuz the woman version doesn’t, I dunno.
  • Jul 14, 2020

    By mike victor
    Why does this app want permission to make and manage phone calls?
  • Well thought out app design. Needs update badly. Oct 7, 2018

    By Sol765
    I’ve had this app for years. It’s a really well-designed concept and useful tool for artists. But at this point it is long overdue for an update with its content 3D models. By comparison apps like Daz3D (likely used in the design of this app.), and its muscle definition and joint movement has long since passed the model’s capabilities in this app. The models have very unnatural joint bends in any thing resembling real athletic or dance poses, for example. Please update!! I would easily give this app 5 Stars, with new and improved models with more realistic flexibility and joint and muscle definition.
  • Small chest Dec 23, 2018

    By MikeZilla158
    You can’t make her b00bs very big at all. Unfortunate because I wanted it for comic reference. Especially for anime they need to be 7 times bigger. Other than that it’s adequate. I wish there was a free version to try before having to find out after you already spent the money that she is flat.
  • FE version is great, but not flexible enough Sep 28, 2017

    By Patriot 2nd Amendment
    I have both the male version and this one. I noticed when testing the app, I was attempting to put her in a sit-up position and found it impossible. She is not flexible enough in the torso area. The male version is MUCH more flexible in the torso. This should be an easy fix.
  • Oct 18, 2020

    By Jacob Mcgreevy
    Difficult to use and somewhat limited
  • Bad interface Jun 17, 2019

    By Dukester2000
    This app is very difficult to use. A million icons cluttering the screen, many of which are not immediately obvious what they do, buttons are counterintuitive or placed in odd locations...I couldn’t get the arm to twist-was I doing it wrong or is it not possible? There’s a big leaning curve here. You can do a lot with this app. It will just take you forever to figure out how to do it all until you give up and just bust out an actual mannequin to draw off of.
  • Mar 21, 2018

    By A Google user
    I've tried numerous apps and this is the least intuitive. It's ok if you only use the preset poses, but trying to manually pose is frustrating. There are no instructions, dials or helpers, you just move the dots around chaotically. Maybe they'll improve it, but as of right now, there are much better apps for posing purposes.
  • Oct 11, 2017

    By Ash Davis
    There need to be increment keys for adjusting joint position because your absolutely cannot fine tune a joint movement! It always leaps in huge increments! Also, an option to automatically place the feet flat on the floor, and attached, is NEEDED so that you can adjust other features without disturbing the stance you've positioned. These are NO BRAINERS, PEOPLE!
  • Jul 28, 2017

    By Sam Riilme
    I don't understand whether it's just me and my phone, but the app is so laggy to the point it's unusable. Shame because I really need it as a reference to draw and I'm already spend money to buy it. Now it feels like a waste. My phone is Samsung Mega 2 and other apps on my phone are still working just fine.

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