Really Good Reference App Was familiar with proko from the youtube channel, which is very good, so gave the app a chance. Its a nicely done app. The skeleton is easy to pose and the rig is well done on it. I tried other apps like this and model's rigs were unposeable, so this is refreshing. The only app that is comparable to this is art pose, but that one doesnt have skeleton. I recommend getting skelly and the male and female versions of art pose. Don't bother messing with the other apps, they are mostly unusable.
Pleased to see active development. I bought this app as soon as I could when it was announced on the Youtube channel Proko (another fantastic resource for budding artists). This was months ago, and since there hadn't been any updates in a while I had begun to worry that it was a flat release with no further plans. This is, I am excited to see now, not the case; not only has there been an update, it's a content update (as opposed to bug fixes/performance improvements). I'm EXTREMELY satisfied with this app, and excited to see where it leads.
This app is perfect for the studying artist and designer who want to learn how the skeleton looks from different angles and perspective. The inclusion of a simplified robo version is a great help as it simplifies the task of imagining poses and perspective; speeding up pose creation as well as a helpful intermediary step in drawing a realistic skeleton +SUGGESTIONS: Muscles that stretch and bulge according to the pose. Source and insertion landmarks for those muscles. An addition of an even more simplified full body robo version that use cylinders and/or boxes with landmarks. This simplified version will help artist learn the simple shapes of the whole body and how the major parts relate to each other proportionally. -BUGS: Ribs get badly distorted when the spine is twisted.
Very cool! Very simple to use! Powerful tool. Two things I think would be cool to add. 1- Is an obvious one, but to turn on a muscle mode. And 2- A camera angle option so you can make more dynamic shots. Especially for a comic book artist looking to exaggerate an action pose. Besides those two things, love this app!
This app is AWESOME !!! Skelly has exceptional poseable ability, and can express a lot of emotion in gestur. But I could think of some features that would be nice. A lock pose and camera button. Expressive fingers. Movable jaw. The ability to override your tablets screen from falling asleep. it gets annoying turning the tablet's screen on, over and over again. i'm not sure if this would be realistic for an app. But how about a muscle layover mode. Also a male female mode. Also, don't forget about a ground plane. THEN WE WOULD BE GETTING THE WHOLE ENCHILADA.
So I really love drawing, and I do a lot of studying from books like Micheal Hamtpons book. The skelly thing lets me double check the poses I draw, helps me when I'm stuck but also doesn't give me everything. it doesn't have skin, or muscle. It gives you the anchors in a body, with the correct moving, and you have to use your brain to apply the information. It genuinely is really useful. <3
- A new Pose Library that comes with 27 pre-made poses, save your own poses to the Pose Library.
- In the Pose Library, you can “Share Pose” to export it to your photo album, email, text message, printer, Facebook, Twitter, and more.
- New neck and scapula controllers for better… control of the scapula and neck.
- Various bug fixes.
- Reset Pose was moved into the menu to prevent accidental resets.
* Recommended Android OS is 4.4 and up - Older versions may have some visual bugs
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