CANT MOVE BONES AND HOW DO YOU PLAY THE ANIMATION. INSTEAD OF HIM JUST KICKING AND KICKING ID WATHER HAV A FULL ANIMATION THATS LIKE 3 MINUTES NOT 2 SECONDS AND YES IM A HATER! sorry 😖☺ it... Actually is pretty good I passed it at a funny moment😂😇
Can't actually *pose* the character at all, just play through some standard library of skeletal animations. Check out ProNamaChan or Pose Tool 3D instead for an actual posable reference character.
It's good but... I love it! But I thought that I would be able to pose the model myself. xD I guess I should have read the list of features first. And I wish that my phones stylus would work as I'd feel like I would have more accuracy. Will future updates allow users to pose the model's body and expressions? :O
It works on my Note 3, but not my Shield Tablet I like what I see so far, but if it had compatibility with my Shield Tablet, and a hand tool I can scroll around with on zoomed in areas, it would be five stars
This is far better than I expected. Great many realistic animations to study different poses. You can pause anywhere and view from any angle. I find this approach much better than trying to pose the characters myself since it is very hard to make them look realistic. Great app to improve your drawing skills!
Quite like everyone else I thought I could pose the character myself as well, however playing around with the app I find it's still extremely helpful for various pose drawing references. I do wish there could be a female model as well as I mostly draw females, it would also be helpful if you could adjust the build of the model, for example I want to try and draw a male character but he's built like a tank (just the way I designed his character) and anatomy isn't really a strong point for me, I hope this app develops into something amazing good luck
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