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This is an amazing app, definitely the best of the 3D figure posers out there... but... there are some things it could do with. 1. A drop down menu for joint selection. It’s infuriating that you have to move the camera to be able to select joints that overlap. For example if the hand is pointing toward you, there’s no way to select the elbow, upper arm twist or shoulder. 2. A way to move the joints through X Y Z on a slider, not just by movement. Again, as above, there’s no way to move a joint backward when you’re facing the figure. 3. A similar thing for the camera. As you have to move the camera for certain operations, a way to me the camera in increments, or, just be able to save coordinates, to return the camera to “pose” position. Again, this is an incredible app, I gave it 5* for a reason, and it’s updated regularly... but these are some of the things that would greatly improve its usability... EDIT: Thanks for the response, never noticed the pop up menu for joint manipulation, that will be a huge help. And I will drop an e mail over with some ideas, I’ll include some samples of the comic work I’ve done using the app as well... Thanks again for an amazing tool.
Im a professional illustrator and use this app often, ive been using it on a 2015 ipad pro for reference and apart from a few niggles it is the best on ipad ive used and a reasonable proce too :) , a few niggles here and there are offset by the overall quality of the app - if i could suggest a few things- (1) the ability to place a marker in place you can jump back to when you have to move about and rearrange stuff and then not been able to find the exact viewpoint you where previously using (2) the ability to have a list of objects in the scene such as man 1, woman 2, bike 1, cylinder 1 etc, to be able to click on and have instant control over rather than accidentally touching one element and pulling it slightly out of pose and having to rearrange it (3) the ability to lock in place your highlighted elements in the list, i.e. keep a figure in place so you can manoeuvre the camera around without worry of pulling it out of place. Anyway, looking forward to seeing what else is added in the future! I also go by dinsdaleart on ig and theres a scene i used this app for of a tombraider-esque girl leaping a canyon on a motorbike that i used as direct reference from a scene i created in this app!
This is great for me to create poses to help me draw. You have a large amount of control of your characters position and body parts e.g. can rotate and curl characters fingers to wrap around objects. The main issue I have with this is that I feel it just needs more. I would love more objects like weapons, more furniture, scenes, hair for certain characters (the non anime ones) and I would love to have more customisation of body proportions and facial structure e.g. expressions and eye colour, able to control eyelids. Some issues with trying to select objects to move can be really clunky but other than that it’s a great app if you want to use it to help you make creative poses for art or if you want to just have some fun. (Great to see the response from the developer saying more is coming. Can’t wait to see the new features when they eventually come out.)
This app is fantastic and I love the range of everything you can do. Sure it takes time to get used to but what doesn’t? One problem or a glitch that I’ve run into is that I can’t seem to sign up on my iPad, I go to the sign up page on the app or the internet but it either doesn’t show or there’s no writing on the boxes and it doesn’t even give an option to submit or continue. Other than that I highly recommend this app, amazing range of presets, and mobility on the models, although one thing I would change is the hair options on the standard female model, as they’re personally quite jarring and don’t fit her head right. Thank you for this amazing app!
The reason I gave 5 stars is cause I love this app and there is absolutely nothing wrong with it. I just wanna know how to make my characters wear different outfits such as Christmas ones, I brought new outfits but I don’t seem to see them when I try to put clothes on my character so I’m kinda stuck with the original school uniform but that’s probably just me being stupid 😅 Other than that this app is sooooooooo great 👍 and you should get it! 💖 (Btw it also has a screen recorder that you can use and I love that 😄)
Developed by the Wombat Studio, Inc.,
who have also released the following apps Magic Poser - Art Pose Tool .
Magic Poser - Art Pose Tool has 525 user reviews.
Magic Poser - Art Pose Tool has an average rating of 4.5.
The latest version of Magic Poser - Art Pose Tool (1.40.5) was released on Dec 17, 2019.
You can download Magic Poser - Art Pose Tool here:.
*Get 500 Wombat Coins for Models and Props when you sign up today!*
Ever tried googling for a special pose or ask your friend to pose for your artwork? Then you should download and try Magic Poser! Magic Poser is a ground-breaking app that allows you to easily pose ANY number of 3D human art models with props in any way you want!
A must-have app for drawing, manga, comics, storyboarding, character design, etc.
No need to use a wooden mannequin that is limited in its flexibility, or buy expensive 3D desktop software. Magic Poser is extremely intuitive, very affordable, and light-weight. Start creating poses within minutes for any artwork in your imagination on your mobile devices today!
A brief overview of our amazing features:
* Super easy and intuitive posing of the human by tapping on control points and dragging. Our physics engine allows you to manipulate the human model like a real doll and automatically adjusts it to the dynamic poses you want.
* Pose unlimited models and props for free! Whether it’s a simple one person pose or a complex scene with background setup, you can achieve it easily in Magic Poser!
* A myriad of models in different styles and head-to-body ratios, ranging from the realistic 1:7.5 models to the exaggerated 1:3 chibi characters. Our free and paid models include man, woman, boy, girl, super models, chibis and more in both realistic and anime style.
* Hundreds of free and premium props, ranging from desks and chairs for your anime classroom scene, to medieval shields and swords for your fantasy artwork. You can buy them with our new virtual currency, Wombat Coins!
* You can even customize your model with many hair and clothing options!
* Fine tune your pose through sliders/text inputs to achieve more precision. You can pose every joint of the human body, even every finger.
* Realistic and adjustable studio lighting, with models casting shadows on every other object.
* Besides a large collection of preset poses, you can share and import scenes that you or others created from our PoseCloud online community. No need to start from scratch, you can easily import an airplane, a car, or a whole concert scene directly into the app and start building on top of it!
* Export your finished work as png/jpg with adjustable high resolution to be used in other apps, and easily share to social media.
* Extreme perspective: With Magic Poser’s perspective tool, you can easily create more impact in your illustrations.
Please visit our website for more information: magicposer.com (http://magicposer.com/)
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